Stephen Huberis the President of Home Care Providers, a premier integrated home healthcare services company in Southern California. Headquartered in Orange County, Home Care Providers provides world class private duty home care services to seniors throughout the Southern California region. By providing these services they create a viable alternative to traditional institutionalized care, allowing clients to remain safely in the comfort of their own home.
Stephen started out at the Naval Academy, served as a helicopter pilot for 11 years - 9 years on active duty and 2 years in the Reserves. He has worked as a sales representative, consultant, and contractor. He holds an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management.
Hector Rosekrans is the Director of Policy and Operations at Messari, which is building an open data library to enhance transparency for the cryptoasset industry. Prior to joining Messari, Hector worked at JP Morgan in capital markets operations and technology, where he researched tokenized securities for the Broker Dealer and Custodian. He developed a proof of concept smart contract for asset management on an Ethereum-based enterprise platform. Hector served as an Surface Warfare Officer in the US Navy, and has worldwide operational experience. He holds an MPP from UC Berkeley, where he studied cybersecurity and strategic deterrence, and a BSc from the US Naval Academy.
This is the second interview I've done about Blockchain and Crypto currency. It's a great primer on this technology as well as operations and startups. Hector is great at explaining each of these, as well as how he got his first job through Twitter! He also talks about why Veterans may have an unfair advantage in the emerging blockchain space.
On May 27, 2018, Service to Schoolhosted a free weekend conference for the military community. I joined on two different panels, the second of which is presented here. The audio quality is not great, but the content is exceptional. This panel covers a variety of support services available to Veterans.
Kill not only has an incredible story of his own transition from the Air Force, but he is also the Managing Director of one of the preeminent Veteran support organizations - the Pat Tillman Foundation. We discuss his advice on career, passion, approaching a transition as a process rather than an event, the Pat Tillman Foundation and much, much more.
On May 27, 2018, Service to Schoolhosted a free weekend conference for the military community. I joined on two different panels, the first of which is presented here. The audio quality is not great, but the content is exceptional. The panel was with a variety of Veterans with MBAs to discuss whether or not they would recommend other Veterans to pursue an MBA. Here's who was on the panel:
Facilitator: David Lee - https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-lee-638aa515/
MBA @ GSB, Michigan undergrad, 6+ years as Marine Corps officer, GSB
Tech/Entrepreneurship: Ben Faw - https://www.linkedin.com/in/benfaw/
Co-founder & COO at Best Reviews, Aquired by tronc (TRNC).West Point ’07, Army Infantry Officer, HBS, LinkedIn, startups
Tech: Jamal Eason - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamaleason/
senior product manager at google. West Point undergrad, Signal officer in the Army, HBS, Intel
Consulting/Entrepreneurship: Justin Nassiri
Tech/Entrepreneurship: Tim Hsia - https://www.linkedin.com/in/timhsia/
Founder & CEO of Media Mobilize. Co-Founder of S2S. West Point, Infantry officer, Stanford JD & MBA, law firms and startups
Nonprofit: Kill Anderson - https://www.linkedin.com/in/killjan-kill-anderson-a23b1467/
Executive director at Pat Tillman foundation. 21.5 years in Air force, Command chief master sergeant, MBA at Notre Dame
This episode is a quick update on some upcoming episodes, as well as a BIG thank you to all of you for help Beyond the Uniform reach two major milestones: we flew past 80,000 podcast listens at the start of this month, and we also are now the #1 Rated iTunes podcast for military career transition advice. Thanks for your help getting here!