April 9, 2018

Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 47 – How a Former JMO Generated $25 Million in Sales

Tim Crownover, a former JMO, generated $25 million in sales. How is this possible? Tim served as an Army military police officer with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.  One would think, if he left the military, he would naturally transition to the FBI or another law enforcement type of role.  Instead, in 2015 … Continue reading "Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 47 – How a Former JMO Generated $25 Million in Sales" Read More
October 9, 2017

Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 35 – How to Earn Your MBA While Working and Still Find Work Life Balance

Is it possible to earn your MBA while working and still find that elusive work life balance so many of us seek? Cameron-Brooks alumna Aubrey Williams says yes. And, not only that, but she gets to take her dog to work too! Aubrey is an eCommerce Account Manager with Mars Petcare who transitioned from the … Continue reading "Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 35 – How to Earn Your MBA While Working and Still Find Work Life Balance" Read More
August 14, 2017

Cameron-Brooks Podcast Episode 31: How Cameron-Brooks helped a former Army officer discover his passion for engineering and a career in manufacturing

Bobby Eisenhart made the transition from the Army in 2011 and is now enjoying a career in manufacturing as an Engineering Manager with Nestle Waters North America.  Bobby spent the first five years of his business career with Unilever in a variety of manufacturing roles before transitioning to Nestle last year.  Since joining Nestle, he … Continue reading "Cameron-Brooks Podcast Episode 31: How Cameron-Brooks helped a former Army officer discover his passion for engineering and a career in manufacturing" Read More
June 4, 2017

Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 26 – Former Army Officer and Engineer Offers Tips for Progression in a Business Career

Welcome to the Cameron-Brooks Podcast: ABOVE AND BEYOND!  On this episode, I interview Mike McCauley. Mike is an Industrial Engineer at Michelin. He is a former Army Field Artillery Officer who transitioned to Michelin in 2015. Mike shares a ton of great perspective about what he does as an Industrial Engineer and how his military … Continue reading “Cameron-Brooks Podcast: Episode 26 – Former Army Officer and Engineer Offers Tips for Progression in a Business Career”

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January 11, 2017

Cameron-Brooks Podcast – Episode 16: What Does a Demand Planner Do?

In another episode of the Cameron-Brooks podcast, we interview Chip Autry, a Demand Planner at GSK. Chip is a former Army Officer who made the transition to business in 2012. Since then, he also earned his MBA at NYU Stern School of Business. Chip does a great job explaining what a Demand Planner does and … Continue reading "Cameron-Brooks Podcast – Episode 16: What Does a Demand Planner Do?" Read More
January 7, 2014

6 Steps to Prepare for a Career Change Due to Military Downsizing

Army Officer Separation Boards (OSBs), AF Force Shaping, VSP, military downsizing, right sizing, reduction in force, RIF, Marine Corps Career Designation – whatever you want to call it, the military is getting smaller and some military officers will involuntarily and voluntarily leave the service.  Even if you don’t think you will be affected, based on … Continue reading “6 Steps to Prepare for a Career Change Due to Military Downsizing”

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March 8, 2012

Gifts From a Parking Ticket

The lesson of “adversity/bad events or closed doors often leading to positives/good events or opening other doors”, smacked me in the face during my recent visit to Germany.  And, I do mean, “smacked me” in the face.  Travel invariably leads to adverse events:  delayed flights, traffic jams, poor hotels, loud people on their cell phones … Continue reading “Gifts From a Parking Ticket”

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August 1, 2011

Mature Communication

Every Conference, a few JMO candidates lose some interviews due to immature communication.  This is disappointing because it is completely avoidable.  I debated whether or not to write this post, because in reality, I feel I should not even have to address this.  However, during an Interview Preparation Workshop this week, two candidates used inappropriate … Continue reading “Mature Communication”

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