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Jenny Simone

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Jenny Simone is a 27-year-old professional influencer who enjoys running, fashion, walking, and theatre. She is famous and eccentric but can also be very jealous and a bit picky. Jenny lives in Florida. She started studying sports science at college but never finished the course. She has a severe phobia of crocodiles and is obsessed with bottled water. She is currently single. She has been a staunch vegan for five years and loves Greek salad. Open to new experiences, partnerships, and collaborations.

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May 17, 2022

Championship Traits For Life – Coach Shawnee Harle

Growing up - we all dream of being pro athletes at some point. We all dream of making a heroic last second play or reaching memorable milestones on our chosen…

May 12, 2022

Life After The Military: Don Gleason and Matt Scherer; Military Transition Roundtable

Interested in learning how a clinical psychologist supports the premier military counterterrorist unit in the world? Want to learn how a clinical psychologist…

May 10, 2022

Championship Traits For Life – Rob Jones

Growing up - we all dream of being pro athletes at some point. We all dream of making a heroic last second play or reaching memorable milestones on our chosen…


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Life After The Military – James Jordan

In this episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie talk with US Army Command Sergeant Major (Retired) James Jordan. James served for over 31 years as a noncommissioned officer and leader in the US Army Signal Corps. He currently serves as the Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer for the Charlotte Hornets. James shares insights about transitioning from the military; the need to develop and maintain strong effective teams in a corporate setting; and his commitment to teach, coach, mentor, and give back to those around him.

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Life After The Military – David Tenenbaum

In this episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie talk with former Air Force Officer, David Tenenbaum. David currently serves as a Director for Heroes Linked, a nonprofit that connects those serving, veterans, their spouses and Gold Star families with a national network of volunteer Advisors for professional and career development, as well as educational, employment and VSO resources. David is also the Founder and CEO of Honor Media, a nonprofit media production organization and publishing platform for and about the veteran community.

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Life After The Military – Tony Crescenzo

Lee and Howie talk with former Marine, Tony Crescenzo. Tony currently serves as the CEO of Intelligent Waves and is highly engaged with the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Veteran Employment Initiative which has helped over 18,000 veterans find employment in the last eight years. Tony provides sage advice, guidance, and entertaining stories about his time in the Marines, providing leadership in corporate America, and how he wrestled with and strengthened his own mental fitness.

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Life After The Military – Matt Kellam

In this exceptionally powerful and informative episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie talk with former Marine, Matt Kellam. Matt serves as the Dominion Energy Military and Recruitment Program Coordinator. Dominion Energy, a veteran friendly company, historically hires 1 of every 5 employees with a veteran background. Dominion Energy has been in the top 10 of veteran friendly employers since 2008. Matt talks eloquently and with vulnerability about how he strengthens his mental fitness and how committed he is to help Dominion Energy take great care of veterans, their families, and create partnerships with the communities they serve.

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Life After The Military: Mark Greene

Listen to retired Navy SEAL officer, Mark Greene talks about his challenges with transition, traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress, and how he sought help consistently throughout his life to overcome obstacles and achieve success in everything he did.

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Life After The Military – Retired Army CSM, Gerald Tyce

Retired Army Signal Corps CSM, Gerald Tyce speaks candidly and transparently shares his challenges with transition to the private sector, overcoming the stress of multiple combat deployments, and how he sought help and mentorship consistently throughout his life to overcome obstacles and achieve success in his military and government contracting career.

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Life After The Military – Dr. Stacey Dixon

In the latest episode of Life After the Military, Dr. Stacey Dixon talks about her service in the United States Marine Corps as a Meteorology and Oceanography Officer, her challenging transition after an unforeseen medical retirement, and the passionate and fulfilling work she does in the education field. As the Director, Veterans and Military Program with National Louis University, Dr. Dixon helps student veterans adjust to the campus environment to build and execute their plan for their future.

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Life After The Military – Colonel (Ret) Fran Trentley

In the latest episode of Life After the Military, COL (Ret) Fran Trentley provides spot-on guidance and advice for transitioning veterans. Listen to Fran describe his challenges with the transition process and upgrading the communications infrastructure at the White House Communications Agency in support of the President of the United States.

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Life After The Military – Colonel (Ret) Jeff Worthington

“Use your last job in the military to prepare for your next job after you get out of the military” is one piece of advice Colonel (Retired) Jeff Worthington shares in this week’s episode of Life After the Military. Jeff, a 30-year Army veteran who recently retired in May of 2021, thoughtfully planned, prepared for and executed his transition which included use of the DoD SkillBridge Program.

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Life After The Military – Master Gunnery Sergeant (Ret) Vonzell Mattocks

Master Gunnery Sergeant (Retired) Vonzell Mattocks describes his Big 3 E’s: Education, Entrepreneurship, and Employment. Vonzell had a varied post-military career that included owning and managing an Express Employment Professional franchise; managing the execution of a Department of Labor hospitality industry grant for the Prince George’s Community College; and held several positions in support of active-duty military, veterans, and their families for the Northern Virginia Community College system. Vonzell most recently worked as the Executive Director of the Veterans Employment Initiative which is an integral part of the Northern Virginia Technology Council Foundation.

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Life After the Military – Ash Alexander-Cooper OBE

Howie and Lee talk with Ash Alexander-Cooper OBE. Ash, a highly accomplished leader in the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence, had a distinguished 21-year career that included special recognition with his appointment as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

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Life After the Military: Sergeant Major (Ret) Michael Quinn

In this week’s episode of Life After the Military, Lee and Howie interview Sergeant Major (Retired) Michael Quinn. An absolute MUST listen for transitioning veterans and their family members. Michael is a 2X LinkedIn Top Voice who created HireMilitary, the Digital Networking Professional Program and Tenova, LLC to aid and bring value to transitioning military veterans and their families at no cost to the veterans they help.

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My aim is to investigate the processes of type design —and design itself— as a non-dogmatic practice. Stressing the form, stretching the concepts up to corrupting rules and misuse of tools. I like to conceive typography as system and medium. I’ve been in love with art and design since the day I picked up my first crayon. Constantly drawing, doodling and making things as I grew up, I always knew that I wanted to pursue a creative career. While I spend most of my days on the computer, I am passionate about finding ways to work with my hands. Art has always been my first love and I continue to practice with mediums such as painting, printmaking or cut paper collage. I’m a firm believer in the power of a strong concept with an unexpected execution and with these beliefs in mind, I challenge myself to explore with every project.

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For the 15 years, we wander freely in the realm of advertising and visual communication, we love simple phrases, clean patterns, straightforward concepts, abstractions, but as a rule of thumb, and we always construct solutions to each problem we encountered. Without any particular style, movement, dogma, or perspective, nothing excites than a problem to solve, and no challenge is ever hard enough.
Making at the crossroads of modernism and intellectual purity to craft meaningful ideas that endure. German award-winning designer raised in Austria & currently living in New York City.

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