Guest: Ashlee Leppert
Ashlee Leppert is a Coast Guard veteran, who was awarded the Air Medal for her role in the heroic efforts during the 2017 Hurricane Harvey rescues where she and her crew saved over 40 people from the flood waters.
Guest: David Smith
Warriors Ethos is a non-profit that provides career planning, professional development, and placement assistance to service members, veterans, as well as their spouses and caregivers.
Guest: Pete & Edie Freudenberger
Pete and Edie Freudenberger founded the Blue Star Academy, which helps serve some of the unique educational needs of military connected students. They help educators understand the demands placed on children with military parents. This could include things like deployments, frequent moves, etc.
Guest: James Dunnigan
James Dunnigan talks about his time in the Marine Corps and his transition out of the military to civilian life. He offers a lot of great advice to transitioning veterans.
Guest: George Fuller
Army Drill Sergeant, George Fuller, talks to me about Ruck ‘N’ Run, which honors those who served, as well as helps to build camaraderie through their fun, motivating, and challenging events.
Guest: Linda Maloney & Steve Alpert
Linda and Steve have been working together on a series of portraits that honors active military and veteran women who exemplify courage, strength, and selfless service to inspire future generations of young women.
Guest: Scott DeLuzio
Has it really been 100 episodes already? In this episode I take a look back at the first 100 episodes and talk about where the podcast will be heading in the future.
Guest: Matt O'Connor & Brad Byers
Matt and Brad join me to discuss their time in the military as fighter pilots, a stint as Senior White House Advisor to Secretary Mattis, and their transition to the civilian sector.