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Leaderpromos President/CEO's OSU Presentation a Success

Stephanie Leader to Speak at OSUOn Thursday, January 26th, Leaderpromos President/CEO Stephanie Leader spoke to a packed auditorium of students as a part of the Fashion and Retail Studies Speaker Series at The Ohio State University.

Leader spoke about her role as President/CEO of Leaderpromos and her company's groundbreaking promotional product and gift-with-purchase work for clients under the organization's LeaderPromotions team. However, Leader didn't just stick to business - she also discussed her background as a woman entrepreneur, and peppered her talk with bits of career advice and her contact information, in case any of the students had questions.

"I graduated from OSU and I remember being a student myself. I wanted to relate to the undergraduates and let them know that they're not alone when it comes to figuring out what they want to do with their lives," Leader says. "It was a great opportunity to engage with the students and let them know that they have support."

According to the staff at The Ohio State University, Leader's presentation was a hit.

"It was so great to have Stephanie speak to our students on her career path as well as her experience in the industry. It is really nice to have a speaker who clearly cares very much about the students and helping them forward their careers. I have never seen so many students come up after an event to greet a speaker and ask questions," says Kathleen Whitman of the Department of Consumer Sciences in the College of Education and Human Ecology. "I really felt like the students were engaged and really cared about what Stephanie shared. I have gotten a lot of feedback already saying that she was one of their favorite speakers so far. It is an area of the industry they were unaware of, and yet one many might be interested in."

With 210 students in attendance, Leader's talk had the largest audience of the series.