Role and Company
PMO Director, Hewlett Packard
15 years experience in information technology
Former Army Signal Corps and Field Artillerymen transitioned to the private sector in 1999. Called up from IRR to serve in OIF III/IV. 15+ years in the telecommunications and IT industry holding a range of positions in sales, business development, and project management. Enjoyed advising JMOs and recently retiring field grade officers in making the transition into the corporate world to avoid common organizational mistakes that dead end careers. ROTC commission and undergrad from Tulane University. Distance runner
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Articles by Seth
4 years ago
Finding the Infantry in the Professional Services Enterprise
Transitioning from the military to a professional services role in a large company should be a satisfying move. Large companies...
3 years ago
A Project Management Primer
The project management field is a popular exploration ground for many transitioning military service members, and for good reason. Project...
Seth's Recent Answers
4 months ago
How are all source analysts used in the corporate world to understand threats to a company?
Great question! My recommendation if you want to cast a wide net is look at spinning your skills to...
8 months ago
What is the most useful piece of information about transitioning into the civilian workforce?
Alex and Scott give some really good professional advice and really hit the nail on the head around the...
10 months ago
Where are the veteran policy nerds?
If you are looking for organizations that focus on veterans (and active duty) policy, try these out. They pretty...
one year ago
Available Career Choices with a BS Degree and Cisco Certification (CCENT)?
Cisco certification gives you a very broad and wide set of industries to look at. CCENT is really more...
one year ago
i'm looking for advice, guidance, tips, and/or ideas on how train my team on sales-based outreach techniques.
Sales Force dot com has programs specifically designed for non-profits that are especially good for managing campaigns and outreach programs...