Walker is a native of Sevierville, Tennessee, and a 2001 graduate of the United States Military Academy (West Point) with a degree in systems engineering. He served as a field artillery officer at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and won a Bronze Star for combat action in Iraq. After leaving the Army in 2006, Walker began his sales and business management career at White Oak Mechanical in Kodak, Tennessee.
“I am thrilled to be joining RecruitMilitary at a time of growth and innovation at the company,” said Walker. “RecruitMilitary shares my passion for matching high-quality talent with company needs. There is no greater satisfaction than seeing fellow veterans thrive in their civilian careers.”
Peter Gudmundsson, CEO of RecruitMilitary and a former officer in the United States Marine Corps, said “Chris offers us the ideal combination of combat-tested leadership, a passion for customer service, and a dedication to continue his national service by helping veterans. We are thrilled to welcome him on board.”
RecruitMilitary has targeted Denver for growth because of its rebounding economic momentum and a business culture that respects and appreciates the intangible attributes and tangible skills that veterans bring to any organization.
About RecruitMilitary: RecruitMilitary (http://recruitmilitary.com) helps organizations excel by leveraging the talent of our nation’s finest people, our veterans. Specifically, RecruitMilitary helps companies and educational institutions attract, appreciate, and retain high-quality veteran talent. Founded in 1998, the company hosts 67 veteran job fairs (Opportunity Expos) around the nation each year that provide more than 27,250 veterans the ability to interact with over 3,000 leading companies and other organizations (http://recruitmilitary.com/
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