Military Mentors

January 2, 2020

Episode 93

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Join us as we chat with Major "Chevy" Cook about the importance of investing in your community and the program he co-founded, Military Mentors.

Chevy co-founded Military Mentors and is a U.S. Army officer currently living in Boston, MA as he pursues doctoral studies at Tufts University. A long serving member of the special operations community, he started his career in the 82nd Airborne Division and has served the majority of his career at Fort Bragg, NC. He also served as both a Tactical Officer and a Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership instructor at the United States Military Academy (USMA). He graduated from there with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, the University of Texas El-Paso with a masters in Leadership Development, and Columbia University with a masters in Organizational Psychology. He is also a member of the American Psychological Association, the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, TeamRWB, and the Council on Foreign Relations. Chevy's work has been published in the Small Wars Journal, White House Studies, Military Review, Joint Forces Quarterly, the Infantry Journal, J.E.T. Fuel, AUSA's Land Warfare Institute, The Strategy Bridge and the IO Sphere, and has an upcoming book release from Texas A&M Press. Chevy married his high school sweetheart, Ashley, who's a personal trainer and they have two wonderful daughters named London and Lola.

To hear Extraordinary Kid London’s podcast with her dad that Susan talked about in the podcast click here:



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