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College of Business Speaker Series to Present Supervisory Logistic Manager with the United States Space Force


The Bellevue University College of Business and the Association of Supply Chain Management (ACSM) will welcome Paul Boley, Supervisory Logistic Manager with the United States Space Force, as its keynote speaker for an event set for Thursday, March 23.

The virtual event is free and open to the public and will be held noon to 1 p.m. CST. Attendees must pre-register for the virtual event. After participants register, they will receive a confirmation email with details to join the live stream. 

“We encourage everyone to take advantage of this free virtual event. It’s a great way to learn directly from a professional and educate yourself on a unique supply chain and why it's important,” said Dr. Rick Pennington, Program Director of the University’s Supply Chain Management program. 

Boley currently serves as Supervisory Logistic Manager with the United States Space Force at Los Angeles Air Force Base, where he is responsible for Life Cycle Logistics Planning for all acquisition programs in the Space Sensing portfolio. He holds master’s degrees in Data Science & Analytics and Acquisition Logistics Management, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Airway Science & Electronic Systems.

Boley has been an adjunct professor of supply chain management at Bellevue University since 2007 and has over 40 years of experience in various leadership, management, and technical roles in both military and civilian capacities.

About Bellevue University

Founded in 1966, Bellevue University is a non-profit university with more than 60,000 graduates worldwide. The University is a recognized national leader in preparing students for lifelong success with career-relevant knowledge and skills, while making college affordable. Routinely ranked among the nation’s top military and accessible institutions, the University serves residential students at its main campus in Bellevue, Nebraska, and everywhere online with more than 80 degree programs uniquely designed for working adults. The University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (