I joined the military in hopes that it would provide me the structure I was seeking and an opportunity to travel the globe.
I joined the Army to be a stable provider for my family and for better employment prospects when I got out.
Being married to a soldier made it very hard for me to find opportunities. A lot of companies won’t hire military spouses because…
I joined the Army at the tender age of 17. I was following in the footsteps of one of my childhood friend and big sis Rachene, who is now deceased. RIP! She took me under her wing at a young age. I really looked up to her.
For the first 10 years, I served in multiple leadership positions as a Field Artillery officer. These early years were the most formative for me, both as a leader and a person.
Some of the benefits that we got out of being an active duty family are strong communication skills, even stronger organization skills, and the ability to accept the things we cannot change.
Every veteran asks themselves the same question when they leave the military, “What am I going to do now?”
I was originally introduced to Vetforce in late 2016. At the time, I was newer to the Seattle area and looking for my next career move.
In 2015 I was introduced to Salesforce, or one could say Salesforce was thrown onto my lap. I started working for a start-up non-profit immediately after my Navy retirement.