Retired CIA Agent, former marine, and entrepreneur Karl Renne ’96 is a founding partner and CEO of Ghost Wolf Industries. Learn why Renne says leaders benefit from learning from all kinds of individuals and the common mistake he and others make early in their careers. Join us!
Alumnus Bob Fricke '78 shared his definition of leadership, the powerful lessons he learned as a young lieutenant, and how that's carried over into a new teaching career, his most challenging career yet! Join us for this episode!
Former Marine Reservist, class vice president, and representative on the General Committee Josh Austin '20 shares his insights and lessons learned on peer leadership.
Madeleine Barrett '20 says her role as class ring designer is one of her proudest. Learn about her story and experiences on this episode.
Tragedy struck just prior to matriculation, but Jeremiah Gaulding '22 says family and his dyke helped him overcome the mental pressures of the Ratline. Now he looks forward to becoming part of the S5 Staff and commissioning in the air force upon graduation. Learn more about Gaulding's journey.
Outgoing First-Class President Sam Trepp talks about taking his own advice, how he and his classmates are making the most of an off-post senior year and how they are keeping each other unified as a class.
Rising First Class Cadet Paul Boucher says his advice to incoming rats is that despite trying to imagine what VMI will be like, it's best to just stay in shape and be adaptive. It will be tough mentally, physically, and academically.
Carrie Papke says despite not having the 'picturesque' cadetship of rank throughout her cadetship or 'ac' stars, she embraced the challenges and leadership opportunities that came her way and worked toward success over time.
In this episode of the podcast, we sat down with Cadet Carl Skerry Class of '20 to talk about his leadership journey and his experiences at VMI. Skerry explains why VMI presented the kind of challenge he was looking for. Skerry is the F-Company Commander and plans on commissioning into the Marines.
In 2019, VMI Leader-in-Residence Gen. Dennis Via came for several short visits to post. Via's 36-year career holds a wealth of insights and we captured those during a video interview as a future resource and to share them with our audience.