Welcome to PostMilitary. Our vision is to drive engagement in a virtual world aimed at helping people find; “The magic that happens when the fear, uncertainty, and doubt of career transition is overcome by optimism and belief in life after military.”
On February 11, 7:00 PM Central, you will be able to join our virtual career networking meetup and navigate to the breakout rooms of your choice to engage the participants. Here is a list of some of the breakout room facilitators, and possible topics for the rooms. Again, PostMilitary is about you. You drive the conversation, you ask the questions. We will continue to add facilitators.
Steve Miller Lead Process Consultant at USAA
Steve is well versed in life PostMilitary and can lead an engaging discussion on just about anything related to your career journey.
Sarah Freeman Smith-Barry, Principal Consultant, Freego Consulting
Sarah’s experience in Occupational Psychology, Learning, and Development (L&D), give her a unique perspective when it comes to career development.
Maria Hamelers RBLP Certification Instructor, Program Director, Attitudes & Attire
Maria helps people with resumes, interview skills, and figuring out what they want to do next. Ask her anything!
Gary Guzman Co-Founder PostMilitary, Recruiter Amazon
Gary wants to facilitate a breakout room for introverts.
Gil Weisbaum, PMP, PMI-ACP, LSSGB Senior Program Manager, US Air Force
Gil has hyper planned his transition. He can speak to HOH Fellowships, Project Management, Agile, etc.
Bradley Dower, CPA Owner, Brad Dower, CPA
Brad is a CPA and will be there to answer any questions about starting a business, incorporating, LLC, etc. He can also answer questions about getting involved in an accounting career.
Jonathan Joshua, CISSP Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, CISO, Texas Attorney General’s Office
Jonathan can talk about cyber, and transitioning into a leadership role
Don L. Gleason, CEO, and President Achieve New Heights, LLC President, Military Transition Roundtable
Don will be talking about “Left of Resume,” what you should do before writing your resume – includes “What do I want to do next?” networking, informational interviews, elevator pitch, branding.