Leader Series: Rebecca Loevenguth (VP, Customer Operations) at Western Union

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Please join us on Wednesday, August 31st from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM where we continue our Leader Series with guest speaker Rebecca Loevenguth, VP of Customer Operations at Western Union. Her talk will focus on finding balance  while pursuing career advancement.

Talk summary:

“One of the biggest myths of our time is that as women advance in their careers, they must make sacrifices that usually involve spending more time at the office and less time with their families.  It doesn’t have to be true!  It’s possible to be even more balanced and happy as a woman advances in her career (while having children) – and not the other way around.  This talk will focus on how to free yourself from fear and comparison and focus on what’s important every day – to reach your career (and personal) potential.” – Rebecca

This event has limited seating. Please notify us if your availability changes ( and we will open seats on the waitlist as soon as they become available. We look forward to seeing you there!


WHERE: Mt. Elbert Conference Room (Bldg. 2, Floor 1)

About Rebecca:

Rebecca began her career at Western Union in 2003.  Most recently, Rebecca was Vice President of Customer Operations, leading a global, cross-functional team focusing on end-to-end customer experience delivery.   This included leadership of WU’s Consumer Protection program, Voice of Customer and Voice of Agent programs, requirements definition and user acceptance testing functions, and WU’s customer messaging capabilities.  Previously, Rebecca held WU leadership positions in new product development, rolling out WU’s Mobile Money Transfer product and significantly expanding WU’s Direct to Bank offering.

Rebecca holds a Master of Applied Science in Technology Management from the University of Denver, is a certified Project Management Professional, and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Evangel University with majors in Marketing, Management, and Spanish. Rebecca studied International Business at the University of Costa Rica in 2002 as a Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarship recipient.

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