Cindi Basenspiler to Deliver Powerful Message at Gwinnett Technical College Veterans Day Celebration

Gwinnett Tech's Office of Veterans Affairs is proud to welcome Cindi Basenspiler to our community to deliver an inspiring message entitled "Opportunity Cost of Being a Veteran."



WHEN:
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
12 p.m. – 1 p.m.
WHERE:
Gwinnett Technical College

In Person - Lawrenceville Campus
5150 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville GA 30043
Building 700, Busbee Center Auditorium

Live Webcast - Alpharetta-North Fulton Campus
2875 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta, GA 30009
Lecture Hall 110

WHAT:

Gwinnett Technical College opens its doors to the community to celebrate and honor veterans this Veterans Day by offering the opportunity to meet Cindi Basenspiler, (Army) and hear her powerful, motivating story about overcoming adversities while serving. Basenspiler will share how society can help Veterans transition from military life.

WHO:

Cindi Basenspiler has over 20 years of dynamic experience as a leader in both for-profit and nonprofit environments, as well as serving in the US Army as a helicopter pilot and maintenance officer.

Basenspiler holds an MBA from the University of Colorado and a BA from the University of South Alabama. She is certified in the Gallup and EQi (Emotional Intelligence) suite of coaching assessments, SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources), PMP (Project Management Professional) and Lean Six Sigma (Process Improvement) Black Belt.

Basenspiler's company, Upshot Inc., provides coaching for individuals and teams. Her coaching specialties are: Leadership, Transition and Team Performance. Each customized program helps clients attain their highest potential, while driving them to form better habits and to make life-enhancing choices.

WHY:

Gwinnett Technical College’s Office of Veterans Affairs offers tremendous support and opportunity to veterans, their spouses and dependents. The College is committed to helping veterans repurpose their military training and skills into lucrative careers in both public and private sectors. The College is proud to honor the sacrifices and celebrate the loyalty of our servicemen and women that enable us all to enjoy the freedoms we have today.


November 1, 2017