Dan Brosman, director of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Small Business Development Center and Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, received the Propel Young Professional of the Year Award from the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce.
- The award was presented Jan. 18 during the Chamber’s annual meeting. It is given each year to a person between the ages of 21 and 40 who is making a difference in the community. The winner is selected by the board of directors of Propel Oshkosh, a development and networking group of young professionals.
Some background: Brosman earned a business administration bachelor’s degree in 2015 and master’s in 2021, both from UW Oshkosh. Along with his work at the University, he’s been a significant contributor to the Propel group and is an entrepreneur himself, having recently launched the Oshkosh Pedal Trolley.
- “Through his ventures, he demonstrates leadership and is an inspiration to Oshkosh’s future leaders and entrepreneurs,” the Propel board wrote.
What he said: “I am humbled and grateful to be recognized as the Young Professional of the Year,” Brosman said. “It’s an honor to connect and grow with other like-minded individuals through Propel, as well as be a part of such a vibrant community.”