[Podcast] #3: Fred Wellman – Army Veteran, CEO of ScoutComms


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November is upon us and episode three of the podcast is here. This week’s feature guest is Army Veteran Fred Wellman.

Wellman is a retired Army officer having served 22-years as an aviator and public affairs officer including four combat tours. He currently is the CEO and Founder of ScoutComms, Inc., a B Corp communications and corporate social responsibility firm supporting organizations addressing the needs of veterans and military families. He founded the firm in 2010 and it is today one of the first B Corp firms focused on veterans issues in the world.

Covered in Episode Three:

Fred Wellman - Army Veteran

Fred Wellman – Army Veteran

  • The value and importance of Patient Advocates.
  • Interview with Army Veteran Fred Wellman
    • Fred’s decision to join the military.
    • Serving before and after 9/11.
    • Reentering the job market.
    • Becoming an entrepreneur.
    • The growth of ScoutComms.
  • Resources for Veteran entrepreneurs.
  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran John Kamin

Click here for the full script of the episode.

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Author

Timothy Lawson

Timothy Lawson has been a member of VA’s Digital Media Engagement team since April 2016. He graduated from American University’s School of Communications in 2016 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Tim is a Marine Corps Veteran having served as a Marine Security Guard posted at embassies in Algeria, Russia, and Peru.

Comments

  1. John R Brown    

    I recently had a small stroke. Since then I’ve left many voice mails to Houston DeBakey consumer advocate and have never received a call back. I’m tying to get a ride withe the DAV shuttle van…regional DVA said they could not help me because they were working full time on disability cases. UI called corporate DAV in Kentucky who gave me 2 numbers to call. The one in west texas answers every time but refers me to the consumer advocate(the 2nd number) which doesn.t ever answer and doesn’t have voice mail. So your podcast is nice but your suggestion to call my local consumer advocate doesn’t help. Any idea how to break through, I need a ride for my 11/16 Neurology appt.

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