• Episode 83 – How Long Does It Take To Transition?

    Welcome back! I’m excited to bring you my conversation with Brian Fitzgerald. Brian is a former Army Infantry officer who transitioned to an Engineering Project Management role within Boston Scientific in 2016. We started the conversation by discussing Brian’s transition. He had 12 interviews at the Cameron-Brooks Career Conference and all of the companies he … Continue reading “Podcast”

  • Episode 82 – What it’s Like for a JMO to Work in the Hi-Tech Industry

    Several listeners have requested to hear about what it’s like for a JMO to work in the hi-tech industry.  In Episode 81, Cameron-Brooks Alumnus, Eric Dvorak, describes his work with the Corning Emerging Innovations Group.  We wanted to follow that episode up with another alum in the hi-tech industry but with a different type of … Continue reading “Podcast”

  • Episode 81 – Making An Impact With No Industry Experience

    Welcome back! On this episode you will meet Eric Dvorak and learn about making an impact with no industry experience. Eric is a former Air Force Civil Engineer. He transitioned to Coring in 2015. Corning is one of the world’s leading innovators in materials science, with a 168-year track record of life-changing inventions. Corning applies … Continue reading “Podcast”

  • Episode 80 – 3 Secrets for a JMO to Launch a Successful Business Career

    What are the secrets for a JMO to launch a successful business career?  In our latest podcast, we hear from a Cameron-Brooks alumni on his secrets to success. Dave Dostal is a former Naval Aviator who now leads transformation and operational excellence improvement projects at Medtronic, one of the world’s largest medical device companies. Dave … Continue reading “Podcast”

  • Episode 79 – The Secret to Managing Your Career

    Welcome back! On this episode, I interview Amber McColl. She is a former Army Intelligence officer who transitioned in 2015. Amber launched her career at EY as a Senior Consultant. She excelled in that role for two years and then transitioned to an Operations Manager position. Much of our conversation centers around career management and the … Continue reading “Podcast”