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Frank Cristinzio


Role and Company

Government Affairs Exec, IBM


20 years experience in information technology


Washington, DC

About Frank

Former Navy Surface Warfare Officer from 1996 to 2003.
Navigated a military to civilian transition and multiple re-skilling journeys since.
Passionate about helping people chart a course to a fulfilling career.
Strongly feel we must always be educating and reinventing ourselves.
Working for IBM helping government use tech better to accomplish the mission.

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one year ago

How to Articulate my KSAs without eliminating myself from an opportunity

Colonel - Thanks for serving. I transitioned as an O-3 some time ago and made multiple job changes since. I...

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one year ago

How do I improve the top 1/3 of my resume to draw in the reader?

Charleen - Thanks for serving. You are thinking about the right things. In the civilian world, the goal of a...

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one year ago

Employee Value Propositions

Hello Shana - thanks for your service. I echo Tim's comment. I have always found it helpful to reflect and...

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one year ago

How can I make my military experience and education look more competitive when compared to civiliand who have years of work experience that I do not possess

Hi Initra - I would echo previous comments. It is really important to keep sharpening your resume and LinkedIn profile...

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one year ago

How does one make the leap from being a 9 to 5 person, to becoming a consultant for a company such as IBM?

Mark - Great to meet you virtually and thanks for serving. I will defer to some other IBM colleagues in...

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