Initially, it was meant to provide resources for transitioning military Veterans with an emphasis on Veterans already in the business community looking for growth.
While doing this segment we ran into many Veterans who wanted to start their own business but didn’t know where to go to get started.
From there, we began interviewing Veteran business owners so they could share their knowledge and experience with those wanting to become Vetrepreneurs.
From there Veteran Connections the podcast was born.
Green received his doctorate of law from Taft Law School in Santa Ana, California, and a master’s degree in organizational management and communications from Concordia University in St Paul, Minnesota while in the service. Since leaving the service, Mark has completed Dynamic Speakers International SCORRE and is a member and officer of Lake Nona Toastmasters. He has dedicated the remainder of his life to helping his fellow veterans and their families obtain remarkable resilience and experience triumphant transition.
His company, My Silver Boots, LLC, is a Florida-based, veteran-owned, made-in-the-USA small business, which has earmarked 10 percent of its profits to be divided among the following nonprofits that serve veterans and their families; underserved youth dealing with poverty, homelessness, or foster care; and US Army athletes. Mark is the author of STEP OUT, STEP UP: Lessons Learned from a Lifetime of Transitions and Military Service and WARRIOR’S CODE 001: 7 Steps to Remarkable Resilience.
Currently, Green resides with wife, Denise, teenage son Adam, and his mom in Florida.
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