Transferrable Veteran Skills and Why it’s Important to ‘Show Up’

Le Nette Rutledge retired from the United States Navy after 10 years of service. During that time, the fields in which she focused included leadership development, facilitation/instructional design, career counseling (specifically recruiting) and anti-submarine warfare.

She is now head of military talent programs at Wells Fargo (No. 11 on The DiversityInc  Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2020).

In this piece, Rutledge talks about her journey transitioning from the U.S. Navy and why it’s important to be your authentic self, whether in the military or corporate America.

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