OneSpace’s Chief Operating Officer Erin Steinbruegge is a valued mentor and resource for others in the entrepreneurial community. Now, students and faculty at Webster University’s School of Communications will benefit from her expertise as she joins the school’s Advisory Board.
Erin takes her place on the board alongside other community leaders, such as Adam Neal, development producer at RIVR Media; Mark Sableman, partner at Thompson Coburn; and Amy Shaw, senior vice president of community engagement at Nine Network of Public Media.
“I’m thrilled that Erin has agreed to serve on the Advisory Board,” said Eric Rothenbuhler, dean of Webster University’s School of Communications. “Erin’s entrepreneurial background and strong expertise in digital media, along with her passion and dedication, will be greatly helpful to the school and its mission.”
Erin is looking forward to participating in the Advisory Board and advocating for the school’s students and faculty. “Webster University has shown its commitment to entrepreneurship and advancing the next generation of communications professionals,” she said. “I’m honored to have the opportunity to serve with the talented members of the board.”
Advisory Board members support the School of Communications and its dean through their insights and advice, and they act as ambassadors for the school. In addition, they create connections to the surrounding community for the school’s students and faculty. Members are friends of the school or alumni.
Members of the Advisory Board include Kim Bouldin-Jones, a global disease specialist with KBJ Consulting, who is also the executive director of Medical Facility Aid and a health educator at the John Burroughs School; Rob Deshotel, a television writer and producer; and Eileen Edelman, a philanthropist and community leader. Joining them are Fleishman Hilliard’s Senior Consultant Dave Garino; Seth Geiger, Ph.D., who is president and founder of SmithGeiger L.L.C.; Amanda Gioia, a senior business leader at Mastercard; and Gus Hattrich, president of Paradowski Creative.
Other leaders serving on the Advisory Board are Bob Holden, Jr., former governor of the state of Missouri, founder of the Holden Public Policy Forum and chairman of the Midwest U.S.-China Association; Jeff Keane, founder and CEO of Coolfire Media; Todd R. Kohlbecker, VP corporate real estate of Brown Shoe Company; and Ted Koplar, president and CEO of Koplar Communications International.