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Let me be the first to say, I will not always give the right answer.  The advice, and more accurately described as insight, that I share here is nothing more than my take on life and the lessons I have learned, or am still learning.  I do not claim to have all the answers, but I am excited to find as many good choices as I can, and inspire as many people as I can to do the same. Isn’t the true value of learning about what you can enable others to do?  The more I learn, the more I can help others, or at least hope to.

 

– Damien


Damien is a U.S. Marine Veteran with combat deployment to Iraq in 2006 & 2007.  He served from 2003-2012 completing both enlisted and commissioned service, earning his degree, with honors, while on active duty.

After 9+ years of honorable service in the Marine Corps, Damien moved to New York City where he developed a career in Talent Acquisition and specialized in the recruitment and retention of Military Veterans, to include mentoring student Veterans and consulting large companies.

Damien served as the Operations Director for FourBlock, a Non-Profit, Veteran Service Organization that equips Veterans with the tools they need to lead successful careers in Corporate America.  There he helped develop and revise the training programs, organizational infrastructure, and corporate strategy, growing the organization from three, to 15 locations nationwide.  Damien is currently pursuing his MBA at NYU’s Stern School of Business with a focus on Corporate Strategy, Finance & Business Analytics.

 

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