Speaker explains Health Care Reform at Lectureship
Published: Friday, February 22, 2013
Updated: Thursday, February 21, 2013 17:02
ASU will host the Wells Fargo Distinguished Lectureship featuring Liliana Salazar. Salazar will present her lecture, “Understanding the Implications of Health Care Reform on Employers,” on Feb. 27 at the C.J. Davidson Conference Center free to the public. Salazar is currently the senior vice president and employee benefits compliance practice co-leader for Wells Fargo Insurance.
Salazar possesses extensive practice in addressing employers’ responsibilities under federal, state and local laws. Along with her staff, Salazar is actively involved in identifying and implementing cost-effective employer solutions that comply with the new health care reform mandates.
The Distinguished Lectureship in Business was established in 1995 and each year is underwritten by Wells Fargo Bank of San Angelo. The lectureship is designed to provide ASU students and the public with exposure to well-known business leaders and help grow the relationship between the San Angelo business community and ASU.
Some past speakers include Verizon Vice President Michael H. Millegan, Houston Astros owner Drayton McLane Jr. and San Angelo Mayor Alvin New, former president and CEO of Town & Country Food Stores.