Being Tough but Doing Good at the WIB Luncheon
Hear the story of a high schooler who gave up a full scholarship and joined the Army to" learn to be tough” and now is an Wright State assistant professor and founder of the Dayton Think Tank.
Dr.Terry Oroszi speaks at the Luncheon at 11:30 Thursday, February 2 at the Xenia YMCA. Sweets Boutique will cater the event.
Dr. Oroszi is director of the MS and CBRN Defense Programs as well as assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Boonshoft School of Medicine, Wright State University. She holds two degrees in the biological sciences and a doctorate in organizational studies. Her research area is in terrorism, leadership, power, and crisis decision making.
She is the coeditor and contributing author of Weapons of Mass Psychological Destruction and the People Who Use Them. Oroszi is a strategic planner for the Henry Jackson Foundation, positioned at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, and is the founder of the Dayton Think Tank (Focus: Crisis, Threat, Disaster and Emergency Managements), which includes leadership from Dayton and the surrounding communities. She spends her free time undertaking speaking engagements and workshops on topics related to leadership, power, and terrorism.