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Moments To Momentum

Dec 22, 2021

Michael Leppert is a lecturer at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, as well as an Adjunct Professor at the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Additionally, Michael is a published writer and featured columnist with regular pieces in the Indianapolis Business Journal. 

Prior to his move to higher education, Michael was a seasoned Public Relations and Legislative Specialist, with 20-years as a private sector lobbyist, working with top government, community, and business leaders to achieve strategic priorities. He was also the former Director of Public Affairs, for Krieg Devault. 

In this fun and insightful episode, Michael talks about his second book, and first novel, “Flipping the Circle”. He also explains what a lobbyist does, his love of show tunes, the value of understanding people from all walks of life, usefulness vs uselessness, and a “jolting” moment he experienced with his father when he was 18 that helped him understand empathy. 

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