Mentoring: VoiceAmerica Podcast | Ep. 2: Lt. General Roger Lempke

About the show:
Larry Sternberg has a true passion for mentoring, a unique relationship that changes lives, not only the life of the mentee, but the life of the mentor as well. On this show you’ll learn about mentoring, why it’s important, how it’s done and the impact it can have. Larry interviews experts who have studied mentoring, and he also interviews actual mentors and mentees from many walks of life. Listen to their stories and the insights that emerge and become empowered to make a difference through mentoring relationships. Mentoring is broadcast live every Thursday at 7 a.m. Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.

About this episode:
Lieutenant General Roger Lempke is a retired United States Air Force Officer and served as The Nebraska Adjutant General, during which time he was responsible for all state military services and directed the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency, and managed 4,000 soldiers. He currently serves as the Director of Military and Veterans Affairs for Senator Deb Fischer. Throughout his time in the military, Lieutenant General Lempke has received many acknowledgments and awards, and has risen among the ranks to Lieutenant General. He is not only a respected United States Airmen, he is a gifted leader and role model for his community, his country and his soldiers. Having mentored thousands of soldiers throughout his career gives him a unique perspective on mentoring.