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It's My Honor Video Blog

Dr. Elizabeth Fried Interviews Fellows from The Honor Foundation 

Here's an opportunity to meet one of the fellows  from The Honor Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping Navy Seals, Marine Raiders, Green Berets, Delta Force and other Special Operation Forces transition from the military to the civilian workforce.  Dr. Fried has been serving as a pro bono for the organization, and her program:  It's My Honor, gives you a chance to meet the THF fellows and see and hear their stories.  These fellows  are a dynamic, interesting, and highly skilled group who bring very special talents that can benefit your organization.  For a preview of how you can utilize their extraordinary skills and talents, listen to what CEO and President of Envision Solar says about his positive experience with THF grads.

.May 15, 2019:  Dr. Elizabeth Fried  interviewed  Andy Blila, a member of THF's Group 21.  As a transitioning special operations senior executive, with expertise in process improvement, Andy is  a successful problem solver and trusted advisor in dynamic, multi-project environments.  He excels at leading and developing people to achieve their goals and accomplish their missions.  He believes that people can achieve the impossible if they get the leadership, development, and support they need. 

Andy  has a BS in electronics systems technology from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and maintains Top Secret Security Clearance.  He will retire from 29 years of active service in  August, 2019,  and  is considering a corporate role in operations involving program and project management for the next chapter in his career.

To see additional interviews with other THF fellows, click here

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