Leadership Pasadena Welcomes New VP of Veterans Services

Kim Miller-Anderson
Kim Miller-Anderson

Leadership Pasadena has elected Kim Miller-Anderson to the board of directors as vice president of Veterans Services.
“We are honored to have Kim’s service-driven leadership and laser focus as we launch our Community Leadership Course for Veterans. Her professional expertise in technology and process analysis will be a tremendous asset to us across the organization as well,” according to Leadership Pasadena board member Cindy Bengtson.
“I am excited about the opportunity to work with such an accomplished team of leaders and volunteers. I look forward to using my professional and military background to bring leadership opportunities to veterans,” she stated.
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Leadership Pasadena: Battlefield to Community, Veterans Should Lead

Photo courtesy Dennis Lowe Army Capt. Dennis Lowe participates in a field training exercise at Fort Carson, Colorado, during his last year in the Army. Lowe, currently enrolled at USC Marshall School of Business, hopes to be a part of Leadership Pasadena’s efforts to train veterans as community leaders.
Photo courtesy Dennis Lowe
Army Capt. Dennis Lowe participates in a field training exercise at Fort Carson, Colorado, during his last year in the Army. Lowe, currently enrolled at USC Marshall School of Business, hopes to be a part of Leadership Pasadena’s efforts to train veterans as community leaders.

Like a lot of young people, it’s taken some time for National Guard veteran Giselle Ashook to find her professional calling.
After serving in the armed forces, including a deployment to Afghanistan, she stayed on in the reserves, working a lot of odd jobs along the way.
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