COLLIN D. GEORGE
As an 8 year decorated Army Officer, Collin has held a broad range of leadership responsibilities ranging from Platoon Leader, Fire Support Officer, Detachment Commander and Operations Officer.
His career was in a constant rhythm of planning, preparing and executing global operations, ranging from combat operations in Afghanistan to Joint Combined missions in the Pacific theater in support of various mission types. His high tempo experiences with very senior military officers under high stress conditions exposed him to leadership qualities not usually seen, and has helped him understand how behaviors impact leader performance.
His academic experiences includes a BS in Business Administration from Carson Newman University, completion of the Field Artillery Officer Basic Course (6 months), the Military Intelligence Captains Career Course (6 months), Special Operations Language Training for Indonesian (6 months), and graduation from the Psychological Operations Qualification Course at the US Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (6 months).
Collin’s experiences, stories and competencies all lead to three recurring truths: People are more important than hardware, success relies on the development of the human resource, and effective leadership is the lifeblood of an organization.