I was an Army infantry officer for 4 years. I served as a platoon leader overseas in Iraq, came back and served as an officer. I finished my tour of duty as a Division D1 Operations Officer before I left the Army.
Come here with an open mind, and expect to learn something new every day. You don’t realize how little you know until you come here and you see the operations, you see the people you work with, you learn something new every day. Regardless of how much experience you have from the military – leadership or operations – you will learn something new.
My insatiable competitive drive to build the best team and be the best in anything we do. I drive my team to be proud in their accomplishments, but never satisfied. At any given day, one can find me in a specific path leading the charge with my team and cultivating them to accept nothing but success.
On top of operational success and improvements, I consider my greatest impact as a leader to be every associate that I coached, mentored and led to exceed the standard. I encourage them to maximize their own potentials and strengths, advance into higher roles and create a culture where everyone takes pride in their work while having fun.
I have a purpose and a goal to accomplish every single day. However, how we get to those goals is the fun part. Everything we do has a huge impact, has a purpose; it is not just motions that we’re going through. We are making an impact.