Please join us September 22nd, 4-5PM online for a Virtual Presentation & Happy Hour/Trivia!
Topic: “Mentorship & Leader Development”
Learn the fundamental aspects of how to recruit, reinvent, and retain high-performers from our speaker's experiences in the Army Special Operations community.
Speaker: Maj Chevaso “Chevy” Cook, US Army
Chaveso “Chevy” Cook is an active-duty Major in the U.S. Army. Originally from Columbia, SC, his career started in the historic 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, NC. After selection and training for Army Special Operations, he transferred to Psychological Operations, continuing service at Fort Bragg. During his military career he’s deployed during “The Surge”, the “Arab Spring”, and the fight against ISIS in roles working with a wide variety of American embassies, local leaders, and non-governmental organizations, in addition to assisting/training foreign militaries, and serving multiple special operations task forces. Chevy was also fortunate enough to be a psychology instructor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at United States Military Academy (USMA).
Chevy has guest spoken and been widely published on topics of character, leadership, organizational change, diversity/inclusion, innovation, mentorship, social justice, and a multitude of other personal and professional development topics.
Of his awards and instances of recognition, Chevy is most proud of his two Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medals for sustained community and organizational investment and the 2016 Secretary of the Army Diversity and Leadership Award, given to one Army leader yearly for commitment to equal opportunity practices, Army Values, and professional development.
*Register today, and you will receive a formal meeting invite with the meeting link the morning of September 22nd!