All alumni from USNA and other service academies are welcome!
The Business Development Meeting aims to actively support USNA and other service academy alumni-owned businesses and service providers in the Hampton Roads area.
We leverage the inherent trust and commonalities of our shared values and Service Academy background to develop awareness of alumni businesses and promote the opportunity to mutually support one another in our respective business lines through referrals, business-to-business arrangements, and strategic teaming opportunities.
We facilitate mutual support and awareness through the monthly Business Development Meeting, an online alumni business directory, and various networking events.
The monthly meeting agenda allows for the introduction and promotion of each member's business as well as the opportunity for mentoring, education and relationship-building.
Please register to let us know you'll be there.
Additionally, you can join our Business Development Group on Linkedin.
Be sure to bring business cards. Hope to see you there.
1432 Greenbrier Pkwy
Chesapeake, VA 23320
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All USNA alumni, alumni from other service academies, and their guests are welcome to our Joint Service Academy Networking Breakfast.
Join us for some early morning camaraderie, support for local area service academy alumni, and networking. There is no cost to attend, but please register to let us know you'll be there.
Sultan Camp will be speaking on “Top Reasons Why You Won’t Get Hired…and How To Avoid Them.”
Sultan Camp is a proud Navy Veteran, Graduate of The George Washington University and leads the Veteran & Military Spouse Hiring Initiatives at Newport News Shipbuilding, recognized as a Top 10 Employer 2018 Military Times “Best For Vets” out of 100 companies and a Gold recipient of the 2018 VETS Medallion Award. He is the author of “Congratulations on Your Military Service…Now Here are 9 Reasons I Won’t Hire you” featured on Business Insider with 1.5+ Million views and he speaks and trains Military Professionals & Organizations nationally.
Sultan has been recognized by LinkedIn as one of the Top 2% of LinkedIn Experts and was named one of the top 10 social media and career bloggers at Career Attraction and Every Veteran Hired blog websites.
He also helps Military Professionals & Spouses identify and build their personal brand online; incorporating the social media aspects and obtaining REAL results for your career in a social world. Consider joining his nearly 3000+ Twitter followers (@careersultan); connect with him on LinkedIn; and you can also find Sultan on Facebook at http://www.fb.com/careersultan.
St. Timothy Lutheran Church
1051 Kempsville Rd.
Norfolk, VA 23502
We are always looking for coffee sponsors! For $60 you can be a Networking Breakfast sponsor which entitles you to a three-minute spot to talk about your organization or business. Your contribution pays for the coffee and some donuts or bagels.
If you want to be a coffee sponsor, contact Adam Kinnear '94 - email@example.com or 757-580-5087.
Cheryl White, Executive Director of the Friends of the Elizabeth River Trail Foundation.
The Elizabeth River Trail stretches 10.5 miles along Norfolk's iconic, working waterfront. Discover the 11 sections that make the trail a one-of-a-kind experience, taking you alongside incredible views and historic sites, with plenty do do along the way. From dynamic fitness equipment to kayak launches, come hear about the ERT latest developments, exciting upcoming spring events, and volunteer opportunities.
Cheryl White is a Hampton Roads native and Executive Director of the Friends of the Elizabeth River Trail Foundation. She graduated from Old Dominion University with a BA in Art History in 2003 and a MA in Humanities in 2006. Her master’s thesis included the successful nomination of the Norfolk Botanical Garden to the National Register of Historic Places. Cheryl has over ten years of work experience at some of the area’s most prominent art institutions including the Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries, Suffolk Art Gallery, Chrysler Museum of Art, and Glass Wheel Studio. An ardent supporter of historic preservation and public art, Cheryl chairs the Public Art Committee for the NEON Arts District.
Join the Hampton Roads Chapter at Neptune's Park at sunrise on Memorial Day. We will have a moment of silence at sunrise, and then a run/walk down the Virginia Beach Boardwalk towards Rudee Inlet and back.
Even if you choose not to run or walk, please join us to take a purposeful pause in your busy lives. We will take a moment to remember our USNA brothers and sisters who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country.
Be there by 5:40 a.m. (it will be light out by 5:10). Wear your Run To Honor gear, or something to commemorate your comrades. Run or walk, however fast or slow as you would like. This gathering is about fellowship and remembrance.
Point of contact:
Dave Paddock '77
Beginning of civil twilight: 05:11
Start and end:
Neptune's Statue on the boardwalk
Near Laskin Rd. and Atlantic Ave.
Route: out and back, south to Rudee Inlet and return.
Distance: 4.2 miles round-trip (2.1 miles each way); run or walk a shorter distance if you'd like.
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