Announcing the 2015 Top 40 Under 40 Military
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The influence of the veterans and service men and women who are part of this year’s Top 40 Under 40 Military has a wide global reach, ranging from the boardrooms of America’s top businesses, to the theatrical stages of Las Vegas, to hospital rooms and remote tropical villages. No matter where they find themselves, the “Top 40” are setting themselves apart for ongoing acts of service in local communities and by advancing their employers’ organizations.
Humanitarian aid and community assistance are high on the priority list for many of our honorees.
You know what they say about what happens in Vegas? It doesn’t always stay there, if you’ve been selected as a “Top 40” awardee. Air Force Capt Ryan Hess is active duty, assigned to Creech AFB, NV as a Flight Commander in the 42nd Attack Squadron. But “in my free time, I am heavily involved with the Las Vegas Theatre Community and have appeared in several shows here in Vegas, both professionally and as a volunteer,” he says.
And in the classroom, veterans are making strides to shine and have big dreams. Take Air Force SrA Jimmy Santos, a law school student at Suffolk University Law School. Upon graduating in May 2017, Santos wants to practice international dispute resolution. His goal is to work for a large firm, “assisting multinational corporations in contract negotiations with foreign partners.” Beyond that, he’d like to work for either the World Trade Organization or World Intellectual Property Association.
• William W. Basnett, Brigadier General (Retired), USAFR, Past Commander of the 94th Tactical Airlift Wing (TAW), Past President and Membership Director for the Reserve Officers Association (ROA); he is currently an active real estate agent with Georgia Elite Realty in Kennesaw, GA.
• Steve Clarke, Captain (Retired), USN, Strategic Adviser and Business Leader.
• Kenneth A. Konstanzer, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired), USAR, Aviation, Chairman, U.S. Service Academy Selection Board for the Office of U.S. Senator David Perdue, Past Commander, U.S. Military Academy Admissions Field Force, State of Georgia.
Heidi Lynn Russell writes about employment and business issues.
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