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Steven Seroka

December 1, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Las Vegas Rotary Club

Steven SerokaSteven Seroka, aka “The Colonel,” is a 30-year Active Duty USAF Fighter Pilot, Strategist & Leader and recently the Chief of Staff for Nevada’s largest business organization. He is a USAF Academy graduate with a rare depth and breadth of experience that includes the Pentagon, combat operations and a Washington DC think-tank.  He has over 2400 flight hours that include instructor, evaluator and combat time. He was responsible for the strategic plan for the Air Defense of North America that was put to the test on 9/11, drafted the strategy for reconstruction and post-hostilities of Iraq after 9/11, led the execution of over 30,000 manned and unmanned combat sorties over Afghanistan in support of over 100,000 ground troops and was the advisor to a Prince and Commander of the Saudi Arabian Air Force while managing $28.5 billion in contracts.  

The Colonel is well versed on a myriad of topics including leadership, veterans, energy independence, national security & international development, education of at-risk youth and more.  He enthralls audiences on the radio, in the courtroom, the classroom and in convention halls.

Additionally, The Colonel served as the State of Nevada’s Vice-Chairman for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) and is currently a Nevada leader for The US Global Leadership Coalition, a National Security Expert for Operation Free, Commissioner for the North Las Vegas Veterans Community Commission and acts as Public Outreach for the Nevada Veterans Council.  He is a volunteer with Nevada’s Communities in Schools engaging at-risk high school youth.

Details

Date:
December 1, 2016
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Organizer

Las Vegas Rotary Club
Phone:
(702) 433-7451
Website:
lasvegasrotary.com

Venue

Lawry’s The Prime Rib
4043 Howard Hughes Pkwy
Las Vegas, NE 89169 United States
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Phone:
(702) 893-2223
Website:
www.lawrysonline.com
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