When Jeannine Brady delivered her first baby in 2019, she quickly realized the challenges postpartum and nursing women faced when dressing for an occasion outside of their homes.
Army veteran Rachel Featherstone translates being a perinatal mental health nurse practitioner to their time as a military police officer.
As a former helicopter crew chief and door gunner in the Marines, Jennifer Vollbrecht describes herself as an “ultra planner.” After separating from active duty, those traits remained when she became a project manager at a national lab.
A social media bio that lists “passionate about toilets” as a descriptor is the first hint Air National Guard Capt. Samantha Snabes’ journey from aspiring astronaut to cofounder of industrial 3D-printer-manufacturer re:3D has been a road less traveled.
An estimated 200,000 veterans were supposed to leave the military this year. Because of the global COVID-19 pandemic, however, hundreds
have deferred their separations
and thousands more have opted to reenlist. Those still leaving the military face increased uncertainty as they enter a new, civilian life.
Outsourcing is often the first big growth step for a business. For an entrepreneur on a start-up budget, this can be a difficult decision. Laura Early, a military spouse, is the co-founder of WISE Advise — a virtual team helping small businesses fulfill needs in public relations, business strategy, bookkeeping, digital marketing, web design and more.
There are many roads to entrepreneurship. Each is filled with its own obstacles and challenges. Becoming a successful entrepreneur means determining the type of company that fits your skills according to Blake Hogan, a Marine veteran, and Bunker Labs CEO.