Richard Losciale – 2016-17
Richard Losciale is co-owner of Premier Knowledge Solutions (PKS), a Microsoft managed Partner with competencies in Learning, Collaboration, Content and Devices, & Deployment. He is proud to be Club 11’s president for the Rotary 2016-17 year.
Richard is a Phi Beta Kappa, an active Rotarian since 2006 and a Paul Harris Fellow. He is committed to the Rotary mottos of “Service Above Self “and “He/She Who Serves Best, Profits Most”.
Recent Participation on Rotary Club of St. Louis committees & boards: First Vice President – President Elect (2015 – 2016), Songleader (2014), Membership Development Committee (2014), Mentor (2014), Board of Directors (VP – Secretary) 2013, Community Service Committee (2009-2014), Community Service Chair (2011), Led Collection Drives for: Water for Haiti Shoe Collection (2010-2012) Recycled Cell Phones (2013) Epworth Center Luggage Collection (2011), Int’l Welcome School Supplies Collection (2010-2013), Seniors for Newborns cap knitting activities(2012), Lift for Life World Book Night activity (2013)
Other Rotary Activities: Paul Harris Fellow (2011), Contributions to Rotary Foundation for Honduran Water Project (in name of late wife), Operation Food Search Project (2009-10), Muscle Man Award (2010), Bowling League (2009-2011, 2014), 8th Grade award Presenter (2009), Scribe and invocator as needed. Young Citizens Awards Recipient Mentor (2010-11), Attended Club Leadership Summit (2013), Cloud Technology Facilitator and trainer(2012), Boy Scout Food Drive (2014). Rotaract Experience Provider (technical training for Brazilian exchange guest).
Mr. Losciale is also a member of the Cloud Security Alliance and the World Futurists’ Society.
Mr. Losciale is a frequent public speaker, with recent engagements including the Scott AFB Cyber Security Awareness Month, the Central Missouri Chapter ASTD and recent AITP meetings and Microsoft Connections presentations.
He resides in Chesterfield, MO and is an active bass guitarist, old time radio enthusiast, bird watcher and father to his two grown children.
Richard will be honored to discuss what Rotary means to him upon request.