Kevin Whirity is the National Military & Veteran Recruiting Lead at Deloitte, where his efforts focus on Recruitment, Onboarding and Retention strategies for transitioning veterans. Prior to joining Deloitte in 2009, Kevin served 6 years on active duty with the US Navy as a Human Resources Officer. He completed his academic studies at the US Naval Academy (’03), Loyola University of Chicago (MBA – ’07), and the University of Florida (MS Real Estate – ’09). Kevin currently resides in Jacksonville with his wife and three kids.
Charles retired as the United States Marine Corps Senior Service Representative to the U. S. Army War College in June 2013. Enlisting in 1984, he served as an artilleryman in the 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, attaining the rank of Corporal prior to his commissioning as a Second Lieutenant. Designated an operational communications and information systems officer, Charles served in every element of the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF), with the privilege of leading Marines and serving with all the services at every rank and level, before retiring as a Colonel. Charles' tours of duty include service throughout the Western Hemisphere, the Pacific, the Middle East, and Europe. Charles has combat tours during Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He served as Commanding Officer for the Marine Corps Recruiting Station in Orlando, Fl., Inspector-Instructor, 6th Communication Battalion and Commanding Officer of the 4th Marine Corps District. He has also served on the Joint Staff, the Pentagon.
Charles holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. He is a graduate of the Marine Corps Amphibious Warfare School, Marine Corps Command and Staff College and has served as a Marine Corps Corporate Fellow on Wall St. He holds a Master's Degree in Strategic Planning and National Security Studies from the U.S. Navy War College, Newport, R.I. Based in Arlington, VA, he travels the Eastern Region coordinating with the area's multiple military installations and helping those transitioning from the military to Lockheed Martin.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane
Multi-Sensor Integration Branch Manager
Anne Fields was born and raised in Bloomington, Indiana. Her undergraduate degree is from the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point in law and environmental engineering. During her time at USMA she played on the volleyball team and track and field team. She has a Masters of Arts in Transportation and Logistics Management from American Military University as well as a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Anne spent her active duty Army time in the 82nd Airborne Division as a Platoon Leader, Executive Officer, Shop Officer and Battalion Operations Officer. Anne later worked for the Cintas Corporation as a Service Manager in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Anne has worked for NAVSEA for seven years and has served in roles as a logistician, project manager and currently as the Multi-Sensor Integration Branch Manager at Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane in Indiana. Anne’s team works on expeditionary ground based information, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) systems for multiple DoD customers.
Anne and her husband, Jeff, have two sons, a seven-year-old, Slate, and a one-year-old, Graham. They live in Bloomington, Indiana.
Stephanie Markich, USMA '99
Procter & Gamble
Mick Boeing, USAFA '00
Proctor & Gamble
JP Morgan Chase
Recruiting Manager with JP Morgan Chase. Served in the US Army Reserve for 8 years. I have been in Recruiting for 18yrs and have been with the JP Morgan Chase Military & Veterans Recruiting Team for 7+ years.
Servant leader from the United States Naval Academy who served as a Marine Corps Infantry Officer. Passionate and eager to train individuals, work in a team, and face challenges in a chaotic and fast paced environment to provide solutions. Dedicated to improving an organization through effective communication and building strong relationships. Currently in the TTM Technologies Operations Leadership program and pursuing a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
Bank of America
Vice President D&I Military Recruiting
Bobby is an Army Veteran with 21 years of service with 16 years’ experience in recruiting operations.
- 27 year active duty Air Force career
- PM x5 (DARPA X-45, E-10, E-3, imagery system, AADC planning)
- PEO Battle Management, Wing Commander, Group Commander
- Deployed to Saudi Arabia x2 and Kyrgyzstan
- Joined MITRE in August 2013 as Portfolio Director for Air Force Strategic and Special Capabilities
- Currently Technical Director for MITRE’s OSD/DoD CIO/DISA work
Booz Allen Hamilton
Military Talent Acquisition Lead
Greg is the Military Talent Acquisition Lead in Booz Allen Hamilton’s Specialty Recruiting Channel. He joined Booz Allen in June 2010 with most of his work concentrating on the staffing of Booz Allen Capabilities (Analytics, Consulting, Cyber, Digital Solutions and Engineering) throughout the SE Region. Prior to joining BAH, Greg worked exclusively in the Military Recruiting space, leading teams and ensuring that military talent was being injected into some of America’s top corporations.
Greg was commissioned as an Ensign in the Navy after graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy in May 1993. He served honorable for 6+ years while being stationed at Naval Activities, Guam and aboard the USS Manie (SSBN-741 (Gold)) where he was awarded his Dolphins and his supply department was recognized for their Supply Excellence by receiving the Group Ten Supply Blue “E”.
Greg currently resides in Lake Mary, Florida.
Koch Industries, Inc.
, Outreach Strategies Manager for Koch Industries, Inc., and Koch-employed veteran
John is a career coach, mentor, author and expert in the field of military-to civilian career transition. Today, during his presentation “Lessons From the Front Lines,” he will share transition “war stories”, tips and best practices before answering the question, “Why Koch?”
Managing Director, Citigroup
As a Managing Director with Citigroup, John currently leads the business transformation team for Citi Retail Services. Prior to this role, John was the Chief Operating Officer for Citi Retail Services’ largest American Express co-brand credit card portfolio that provided support to over 20 million Citi customers and generated more than $15 billion in annual revenues. At Citi, John has also been the Chief Administrative Officer for the Global Consumer Operations and Technology division and where he oversaw all consumer bank related training for 75,000 employees as well as leading the development of global operations strategy for the credit issuance, counter-fraud, and payment functions for the United States and more than 40 other countries.
As a retired U.S. Army Colonel, John also serves as the national Co-Leader of the Citi Salutes program (www.CitiSalutes.com) which is Citi’s firm-wide initiative that supports U.S. military veterans and military families both internal to the company and in the communities where Citi works and lives. In this role, John provides national leadership for Citi’s several industry-leading veterans efforts which includes Citi’s strategic partnerships with: Veterans On Wall Street (VOWS); the Military.com military transition mobile app; the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation; The Mission Continues; FourBlock; and the Columbia University Center for Veteran Transition and Integration. Internal to Citi, John is the senior business sponsor for Citi’s 16 Citi Salutes chapters, the Citi Military Officer Leadership Program, and the Atlanta Citi Salutes chapter.
Prior to joining Citi and in his last active tour of duty, John was a senior national security advisor to both President Obama and President Bush. At the White House and as part of the National Security Council (NSC) staff, he was responsible for the development and NSC staff oversight of all U.S. military, political, and economic policy in the countries of Afghanistan and Pakistan as an NSC Senior Director for President Obama, and for military operations in Iraq as an NSC Director for President Bush. He also served in the Clinton Administration as a White House Fellow in the Office of the United States Trade Representative where he helped lead the Clinton Administration working group engagement with the World Trade Organization. John’s active duty military career spanned twenty-four years and included more than a decade of overseas assignments in Europe and the Middle East as well as three combat tours in Iraq. His last military operations tour was as the Task Force 2-37 Commander in Friedberg, Germany from 2004-2007 and Tal Afar and Ramadi, Iraq from 2006-2007. John’s other military assignments included Regimental Deputy Commander of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, West Point Political Science Professor, and the 4-70th Armor Scout Platoon Leader during Operation Desert Storm. His military awards and decorations include the Presidential Service Badge, the Valorous Unit Award, the Bronze Star Medal with one oak leaf cluster, and the Combat Action Badge.
John is a 1987 graduate of West Point and has a Master’s Degree from Oxford University where he was a Rhodes Scholar. As a first generation Chinese-American, John was the first Asian-American in West Point’s two hundred year history to be the highest military ranked cadet in his class and serve as the United States Military Academy’s First Captain. Following his last combat tour in Iraq, John also served a year as a National Security Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School. John and his wife Tracy live in Atlanta where John supports the greater Atlanta community through his roles as: a guest lecturer at Georgia Gwinnett College; Leadership Atlanta alumnus; The Warrior Alliance board member; FourBlock instructor; and founding advisory council member of VETLANTA. On a national level, in addition to being the recent and long-time board chair for The Mission Continues, John now serves as an advisory board member of the Howard and Sheri Schultz Family Foundation, leadership council member of the Bob Woodruff Foundation, leadership council member of New Politics, and as a venture partner for the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation.
General Manager - Fleet Governance and Oversight
Ed Hubley joined Southern Nuclear in October 2019 as General Manager of Fleet Governance and Oversight. Previously, he worked at Westinghouse Electric Co. where he most recently served as AP1000 Technical Advisor at Southern Nuclear’s Vogtle 3&4 construction project. Prior to that, he was Start-up Test Director of two AP-1000 reactor plants in Haiyang, China.
Hubley’s nuclear career began in the U.S. Navy, where he served for 21 years, retiring as a Master Chief Petty Officer. From there, he went to work at PSEG Nuclear in 1997 as a Chemistry Superintendent and earned his NRC license as a Senior Reactor Operator. He moved to American Electric Power as Assistant Operations Manager/Chemistry Manager in 2001.
A year later, he joined First Energy’s Beaver Valley Power Station where he served as Environmental and Chemistry Manager, Maintenance Manager and then Site Maintenance Director.
In 2009, he began working for Southern California Edison’s San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station as Maintenance and Construction Services Director. He worked briefly at Entergy Corp. and PSEG Nuclear as a nuclear management consultant before joining Westinghouse in 2018.
Hubley earned a bachelor’s degree in Applied Science and Technology from Thomas Edison State University and holds an NRC Senior Reactor Operator license.
Lowe's Companies, Inc.
Military Recruiting Strategist
As a Military Recruiting Strategist, Michael is responsible for working with business partners to develop a strategic vision around hiring, development, candidate engagement, and company priorities around the military community. Before joining Lowe's, Michael worked at Family Dollar and Dick's Sporting Good. Michael is an United States Air Force Veteran, where he spent six years as an Aerospace Ground Equipment Journeyman.