Rob LoBosco, Management Consultant, LoBosco Consulting, “Ordinary People, Extraordinary Innovation: Tapping the Natural Innovative Power of Your Employees”
Rob LoBosco is an independent management consultant, helping organizations across all industries improve their performance. He is known for his unique approaches to innovation, strategy, and organizational design.
Prior to his consulting career, Rob co-founded and led an innovative software company, developing AI-based Computer Vision solutions for the pharmaceutical industry. He has deep executive experience in the healthcare, software, biopharma, and technology industries, and began his career developing software for the Department of Defense and NASA.
Originally from New York, Rob has lived in the Pacific Northwest since 2001. He enjoys our great culture, beautiful environment, and top schools with his wife Michelle and teen‑aged daughter Mia.
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The next BRC Fellowship Ski Retreat will be from February 6‑10, 2019, at Steamboat Springs, CO, Steamboat Springs has five peaks — Mount Werner, Sunshine Peak, Thunderhead Peak, Pioneer Ridge, and Christie Peak — and over 2,900 acres of in‑bounds skiing terrain. There are 18 lifts, including 6 high speed quads, 5 triples, 2 doubles, 1 high-speed Six, and 1 Gondola; 165 named downhill runs; and over 100 miles of area XC and snowshoe trails — 14% Beginner + 42% Intermediate + 44% Advanced = 100% FUN!
Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports is recognized as one of the leading adaptive ski programs in the country. There are many activities for the Adventurous Rotarian, as well as for the non-downhill skier/non-snowboarder.
Accommodations will be at the Steamboat Grand Hotel, a luxury AAA Four-Diamond, 4.5 star resort, with free basic WiFi Access and ski-in/ski-out at the Steamboat Village Base.
Our Rotary Youth Exchange student from Germany is in the second month of her 10‑month stay and attending Newport High School. Please contact October BRC Youth Exchange Activity coordinator Alex Comstock (425.747.7274), if you can invite her to an activity in the month of October.
If you would like to invite her to an activity in November, please contact November coordinator Elaine Heller (425.283.1614). For activities in the month of December, please contact Barbara Morgan (425.827.1710).
The Bellevue Rotary First Harvest Work Party is held the second Saturday, every other month, from 8:30-11:00AM, at the Northwest Harvest Warehouse, 22220 68th Ave S, Kent. This is a wonderful and meaningful way to be a part of a hands-on project that helps people in our own community. All Rotarians, family members and friends are invited to help! (Children must be at least 3rd grade or 9 years old.)
The Bellevue Rotary Club organizes work parties every other month, but you can sign up to attend a work party in any month. Just visit the Rotary First Harvest website and click on the sign up link for the date of the work party in which you wish to participate. A one-step form will open for you to complete, and you can use this form to sign up for a work party several months in advance.
There is always a possibility of a fellowship gathering at Pete’s BBQ after the work party. If you have questions or are interested in going to Pete’s, please contact Alexandra Comstock, or David Schooler.