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21 February, 2020 | (01 hr)

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Every year, approximately 200,000 men and women leave U.S. military service and return to life as civilians, a process known as military to civilian transition.

To ease this transition, the Transition Assistance Program – led by the Transition to Veterans Program Office of the Department of Defense (DoD), in partnership with the Departments of Veterans Affairs, Labor, Education, Homeland Security, and the Small Business Administration – provides information, tools, and training to ensure service members and their spouses are prepared for the next step post-military. 

Join our expert panel to discover:

  • How to tap into this underleveraged labor pool to help mitigate talent shortages;
  • How to connect veterans to the mission and purpose of the hiring organization so they become highly engaged teammates, strong leaders, and productive employees; and
  • What corporate actions have the greatest positive impact. 

Who Should Attend: All HR professionals, particularly those in the talent acquisition space

Speakers

John McGarrity

John McGarrity
Executive Director for Talent Delivery Programs
USAA

John McGarrity is the Executive Director for Talent Delivery Programs and is responsible for USAA's college and intern program as well as recruiting for all executive roles across USAA. His team also has the responsibility for the engagement and support of candidates as they progress through the ...Full Bio

Brynt Parmeter

Brynt Parmeter
Senior Director, Military Programs
Walmart

Prior to joining the private sector, Brynt served nearly 25 years as an Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army rising to the rank of colonel. During his time in uniform, he served in a wide variety of operational positions to include 39 months in Iraq between 2004 and 2009 where he earned the Combat I...Full Bio

Angel Smith

Angel Smith
Director, Azure Government Affairs
Microsoft

Angel Smith joined the Microsoft U.S. Government Affairs team in July 2018. As a Director of Azure Government Affairs, Angel is responsible for broadening awareness of Microsoft Azure in Congress and the Executive Branch by developing and implementing a range of strategies that highlight Azure&rs...Full Bio

Michael C. Miller

Michael C. Miller (Moderator)
Director, Private & Public Engagement, Defense Personnel and Family Support Center
U.S. Department of Defense

Michael Miller, a career Civil Servant and member of the Senior Executive Service, joined the State Department in 1998. Since 2009, he has served in the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs and is currently the Acting Deput Assistant Secretary for the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) ...Full Bio

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