The ASU President’s Club is a group of passionate men and women committed to transforming public higher education through their support of the ASU president.
By providing intellectual and financial resources, members assist the president to further ASU as it sets a new model of public higher education…a New American University.
In addition to speaking on behalf of ASU in their communities, President's Club members bring about significant impact through annual investments used by the president as seed money for promising initiatives, to attract research funding, and to build strategic alliances and partnerships.
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Soon after Hayley Netko (ASU ’13) joined the President’s Club Young Leaders in August, other members realized she exemplifies the entrepreneurial spirit. At only 23, Hayley is co-owner and manager of Junky Trunk Boutique, a Gilbert women’s wear store where “laid-back ‘West Coast style’ meets ‘city girl chic.’” Here’s your chance to meet Hayley and learn that entrepreneurism is apparently in her DNA.
The President’s Club Corporate Partners membership level was created in fall 2013 as a powerful resource for Arizona State University; forward-thinking corporations, executive management and key personnel who maximize their impact on behalf of ASU as a New American University. After only one year the roster includes 18 exemplary Valley companies, including the local presence of very familiar national names. One of those is Starbucks Coffee Company, whose representative in the Corporate Partners, Kim Dowse, introduces herself and Starbucks to fellow President’s Club members.
The kickoff of the 29th season of the ASU President’s Club on Oct. 15 was an event filled with energy and enthusiasm for the capacity crowd. Here are some highlights.
SkySong was the perfect setting for a program with the theme “catalyst” — how the President’s Club acts as an agent that speeds significant change. Also appropriate were the displays and demonstrations provided by our guests from the Edson Student Entrepreneur Initiative.
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