After graduating from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Slosburg returned to Omaha to help expand the family real estate development company into one of the region’s largest, with multifamily and commercial developments in six states. Slosburg has been an active contributor and advocate for significant civic developments including the Holland, Do Space, Steel House and the new City Library. Slosburg currently serves on the boards of the Omaha Symphony (Chairman), Heritage Omaha, Omaha Performing Arts (Vice Chairman) and National Committee for the Performing Arts of the Kennedy Center. His extensive involvement with Central includes being both Principal initiator and Co-Chair of the committee that spearheaded fundraising for the Central library and arts addition. Slosburg also served as the Chairman of the Penn Alumni Committee in Omaha for 30 years.
Honorariums include Inclusive Communities Humanitarian of the Year, Mary and Richard Holland Leadership Award, induction into the College Squash Association Hall of Fame, and he received the National “2013 Star of Touring Broadway Award” from the Broadway League.