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Circles of Excellence Jobs Pilot Program Working Group Holds First Meeting

Article by Hannah Abney February 12, 2013 //   2 minute read

President George W. Bush and Retired General Peter Pace, USMC, today led the first working meeting of the George W. Bush Institute Military Service Initiative’s Circles of Excellence Jobs Pilot Program. The Circles of Excellence program works with Leadership Fellows from the ranks of retired four-star Generals to work with the military, non-profit organizations, academia, and business, to research, develop, and implement solutions to critical problems facing post 9/11 veterans.

Members of the working group included (from left to right):  Ambassador James Glassman, Executive Director, George W. Bush Institute; Retired LTC Kevin Schmiegel, USMC, Founder and Vice President, US Chamber Hiring Our Heroes Program; Mike Haynie, Ph.D; Founder and Executive Director, Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families; President George W. Bush; Retired General Peter Pace, USMC; Retired Captain Jeff Cathey, USN, Military Banking Overseas Division Executive and Senior Military Affairs Executive, Bank of America; Mark Langdale, President, George W. Bush Foundation; and Sidney Goodfriend, Chairman and Founder, America Corporate Partners – USA.