Where: Sticht Lecture Hall; Hall of Arts & Letters | Grove City College Grove City, PA 16127
Highmark vice president to offer entrepreneurial insights
GROVE CITY, Pa. – Highmark Vice President of Business Innovation and Development Paul Puopolo will offer entrepreneurial insights at 7 p.m. Feb. 6 in Sticht Lecture Hall of the Hall of Arts and Letters on campus. The presentation is part of the 2012-13 Visionary Entrepreneur Speaker Series hosted by The Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Grove City College and is free and open to the public.
Puopolo joined Highmark in 2011and is responsible for developing the company’s innovation portfolio. He leads a professional team that develops new products, services and business models for the company’s growth and competitive advantage.
Prior to joining Highmark, he was director of consumer innovation with Humana Inc. Before working in the health care industry, he spent more than 12 years on active duty as a United States naval aviator and recently retired after 22 years of service. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Villanova University and his master’s degree in national security affairs from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif.
For more information, contact Lynn Stillwaggon in the Department of Entrepreneurship at (724) 458-2003.
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Founded in 1876, Grove City College stands on its founding ideals of faith and freedom, made possible by an unwavering commitment to Christian principles and rigorous academics at a price within the reach of families with modest means. The College, located 60 miles north of Pittsburgh, Pa., has an enrollment of 2,500 students and teaches the liberal arts, sciences and engineering. It is an advocate of the free market economic system and accepts no federal funding. Tuition is about half the national average for private colleges. Grove City College has been named the Top Value in Private Liberal-Arts Schools by Consumers Digest Magazine. The Intercollegiate Studies Institute has named the College one of 50 All-American Colleges, ranking it high for increasing students’ civic literacy. Grove City College has been named a Best Value and one of the best colleges in America by Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report. The Young America’s Foundation calls Grove City College one of the Top Conservative Schools in the country.