Angela Loehr Chrysler, CEO of Davie, Florida-based Team National, will be the featured presenter at the Inspired Leaders Series event on April 4 at The College of Business at The University of Southern Mississippi.
The Inspired Leaders Series provides industry leaders the opportunity to present their insights in large- and small-group settings with students. The series event is sponsored by the Direct Selling Education Foundation (DSEF) and the USM College of Business.
Chrysler will address students at 2 p.m. in Scianna Hall’s McDonnell Auditorium followed by a faculty and student reception at Jutamas Thai Restaurant in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Chrysler oversees the operations of Team National and all related entities. Her background is in sales and marketing. She spent five years in medical sales before joining the family-owned business, Team National, in 2000. In 2007, she was promoted to CEO and she continues to run the company with the same dedication, philosophies and commitment as her father and mentor.
Chrysler is actively involved with the Direct Selling Association and the DSEF. She volunteers her time to serve on many direct selling committees. In December, she was named as one of The Most Influential Women in Direct Selling by Direct Selling News magazine. She also has been named one of the 100 Outstanding Women of Broward County for seven consecutive years, 2010–2018.
“This is an amazing opportunity for students to learn from one of the best in the industry,” said Dr. SherRhonda Gibbs, associate professor of management in the College of Business, and a DSEF Fellow. “DSEF is interested in the talented student body at Southern Miss and plans to share information on corporate career paths and entrepreneurship.”
Added Dr. Faye Gilbert, Dean of the College of Business, “I commend Dr. Gibbs for her work to connect our students with national leaders and appreciate this visit by Angela Loehr Chrysler, CEO of Team National. The DSEF is an amazing organization that has had a long history of interacting with educational institutions and students. It is a pleasure to welcome them to USM.”
The presentation is free and open to the general public. The public also is invited to the reception that follows the presentation, but must RSVP for admission by March 30. RSVP here.