Loveless Among Recipients Of 2017 Nextgen Under 30 Award Published October 11, 2017

Alyssa Loveless, RSC Residence Life Director, Recognized for Achievements

Alyssa LovelessMidwest City, OK- Alyssa Loveless, Rose State College Director of Residence Life, has been named to the 2017 NextGen 30 under 30. This award is given to 185 individuals across 15 different categories. Loveless was selected as 1 of 11 recipients in the Higher and Adult Education category. 

Loveless began her career at Rose State College as a job placement coordinator, holding a variety of different positions until being moved to Residence Life in 2015, and ultimately being selected as the Director of Residence Life in July 2016. Loveless is a President’s Leadership Class Advisor, and President-elect of the RSC Professional and Administrative Staff association, as well as a 2015 Leadership Midwest City graduate. She attended the University of Oklahoma, where she earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree, both in Human Relations. 

“I am very grateful for the opportunity to represent Rose State College as a NextGen Under 30 award winner with so many other great young professionals,” said Loveless. 

The NextGen 30 Under 30 Award was founded in 2011 by Don Swift, publisher of ionOklahoma Magazine, to recognize the next generation of creative and innovative individuals. Award winners are selected based upon community participation and contribution, with recipients being selected from across the state of Oklahoma. Loveless is the first recipient of this award from Rose State College. The award ceremony will be held October 20th, 2017 at the Embassy Suites in Norman, OK, with former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating to keynote.