Schenk, an UMSL alumna with a BA in psychology, concentrates her practice in health care fraud and abuse, False Claims Act litigation and government contracts. Her practice includes representing and advising hospitals, health plans, service areas nursing homes, physicians and physician groups, pharmaceutical companies, manufacturers and distributors of medical devices and other health care entities, and providers as well as registrants under the Controlled Substances Act.
This is the fourth lecture in the annual Great Lecture Series, which brings notable leaders to campus each fall to talk about a timely topic.
The UMSL College of Arts & Sciences, Alumni Association and the UMSL Executive Leadership Consortium are co-sponsoring the program.
The Consortium also coordinates the event. Its mission, in part, is to elevate the discourse, awareness and practice of leadership skills and acumen across sectors and disciplines for the university and the community at-large.
For more information, contact Fern Mreen at (314) 516-5403 or visit the UMSL Executive Leadership Consortium website at http://umslce.org/
The program is open and free to the public.