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Sergeant Tara Roark Sergeant Tara Roark
U.S. Army Sergeant Tara Roark talks about her logistics experience while serving in the military and her desires to find a job within the civilian supply chain.

Paul Brown Paul Brown
Paul Brown, command chief warrant officer for the United States Army Special Operations Command, discusses his logistics experience as a chief logistician in a 28-year distinguished military career. Paul is looking for a job in the supply chain.

Veterans and the supply chain: A natural synergy Veterans and the supply chain: A natural synergy
Kyle Krug, director of marketing at Legacy Supply Chain Services, discusses the importance of finding good talent among our military veterans and why his company is a founding supporter of Vets to WERC.

Vets to WERC's mission: Help vets and companies Vets to WERC's mission: Help vets and companies
Gary Master, publisher of DC Velocity and CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly talks about why he supports the Vets to WERC initiative to promote the hiring of military veterans into supply chain jobs.

Adaptable, trainable, and highly disciplined Adaptable, trainable, and highly disciplined
Jennifer Goodman talks about Miligistix, a recruitment firm that helps match veterans with available employment opportunities. She discusses why veterans with logistics experience in the military are a good fit for jobs in the supply chain industry.

Captain Chris Kremer Captain Chris Kremer
Captain Chris Kremer of the U.S. Army National Guard talks about his experience in logistics while serving in the military. Chris is transitioning from the military and is looking to take his skills into a full-time position in the supply chain.

A valuable hidden talent pool A valuable hidden talent pool
Retired U.S. Army Master Sergeant Adam Martinez talks about his work at Miligistix, where he helps veterans find employment in the civilian world after their military careers end.

Vets to WERC brings war fighters to logistics Vets to WERC brings war fighters to logistics
An innovative new approach to bringing veterans to the logistics workforce was launched at the 2016 Annual Conference of the Warehousing Education and Research Council. The program’s founding sponsors describe its goals, mission, and plans.

Supporting our soldiers for life Supporting our soldiers for life
Lieutenant Colonel Mark B. Sherkey is the Northeast and European regions director for the U.S. Army Soldier for Life program. He joins us from WERC's annual conference to discuss his role in Vets to WERC and the issue of employment for our veterans.

WERC CEO on highlights of the 2016 conference WERC CEO on highlights of the 2016 conference
Michael Mikitka, CEO of the Warehousing Education and Research Council (WERC), joins us from WERC's 2016 annual conference to highlight some activities taking place at this year's event, including the launch of the innovative Vets to WERC program.

Putting vets to work in logistics Putting vets to work in logistics
Gary Master, publisher of DC Velocity, a sponsor of the Vets to WERC program launched at the 2016 annual conference of the Warehousing Education and Research Council, discusses the natural fit between military veterans and careers in logistics.

Putting vets to work (at WERC) Putting vets to work (at WERC)
Master Sergeant Adam Martinez, Northeast region deputy director of the U.S. Army Soldier for Life program, joins us from the WERC's annual conference to discuss his role in the Vets to WERC initiative, a highlighted event at this year's conference.

Advancing the lives and careers of our veterans Advancing the lives and careers of our veterans
Wendy Lang, director of Operation College Promise, a policy, research, and education program that supports the transition and advancement of veterans, discusses the new Vets to WERC initiative and the issue of careers and employment for veterans.

How to deploy military veterans in your workforce How to deploy military veterans in your workforce
Lt. Col. Brian Gilman, director of national organizations and interagency collaboration in the chairman's office of reintegration in the Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, discusses Vets to WERC and employment for our veterans.

Vets come prepared to work Vets come prepared to work
Ron Cain, CEO and chairman of the board for Legacy Supply Chain Services, which championed the launch of the Vets to WERC program, discusses the virtues of looking to military veterans to ease the logistics talent crunch.

Best approach to managing relationships with your 3PLs Best approach to managing relationships with your 3PLs
Scott McWilliams, the chief customer officer at OHL, joins us from the 2016 annual conference of the Warehousing Education and Research Council to discuss approaches to improving relationships between shippers and 3PLs.

Logistics technology tools that matter Logistics technology tools that matter
Steve Simmerman, senior director at JDA Software, joins us at the 2016 annual conference of the Warehousing Education and Research Council to discuss key trends in the market and the ever-increasing criticality of embracing enabling technologies.

An Uber for warehousing? An Uber for warehousing?
Karl Siebrecht, co-founder and CEO of Flexe, an online technology platform that matches companies with excess DC space or periodic vacancies with those who need short-term capacity, discusses his company's innovative approach to warehousing.

Ease WMS Ease WMS "pain points"
Bob Kennedy, vice president of business development at DMLogic, discusses the inevitable "pain points" that many experience with their warehouse management systems (WMS) and how systems can evolve to better meet the changing needs of the operation.

ALAN's 2016 Efforts: From Flint to Ecuador ALAN's 2016 Efforts: From Flint to Ecuador
Kathy Fulton, executive director of the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN), joins us from the 2016 annual conference of the Warehousing Education and Research Council to update us on ALAN's most recent efforts to help those in need.

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