Three years ago I left my first post-grad job to move to Fort Hood, Texas. After working a retail job for a few months, I found a job at the corpora..
Working full time or managing a career as a military spouse is hard. It’s a constant balancing act, full of compromises. If you’re a spouse who work..
I launched Military Quality of Life Consulting, LLC (MQOLC, LLC) in the Fall of 2015 as I turned in a resignation letter to my last employer due to ..
In high school, I wanted to become an artist and live a fabulous life in San Francisco painting the portraits of vacationers from around the world. ..
I came upon a career in the legal field by accident. We had returned from an overseas PCS, the house was empty awaiting arrival of our household goo..
I know, I know. Shouldn’t you save the Post-9/11 GI bill for your kids? Or your spouse? I can’t help you get over the guilt of using your service me..
STEM = science, technology, engineering and mathematics
I am a chemical engineer and my heart belongs to my husband, who is serving our country as ..
It was August 2014, and I was working to find balance as a mother and military spouse during my husband’s second deployment. He had been gone 7 mont..
I had the privilege of attending the 2016 United Health Diverse Scholars Initiative Forum a few weeks ago. I was in a room with 100 of the best and ..
For me, making the decision to use my husband’s Post-9/11 GI Bill, rather than save it for our kids, or for my husband when he gets out of the milit..