G.I. Jobs magazine recently posed a question to corporate military veterans: “What does working for a Military Friendly® Company mean to you?”
Rhonda Dodson, property director at DynCorp International (DI), who served in the U.S. Army from 1984-2004 answered, “When asked this question two words immediately come to mind: privileged and honored. The leadership skills developed in the military are abundant in DynCorp International, and exhibited in our numerous veteran employees. It’s an honor and privilege to serve with them. This company is truly dedicated to supporting our military.”
DI is on the 2020 list of Military Friendly® Companies under three designations: Military Friendly® Employer, Military Spouse Friendly Employer® and Military Friendly® Supplier Diversity Program.
The magazine also reached out to military veteran corporate CEOs to ask them how their military experience has helped in their role as a corporate leader.
DI’s CEO George Krivo, who served in the U.S. Army from 1985-2005, responded, “Being an effective chief executive officer is all about understanding people and leadership. I can say without question, there is no better leadership laboratory in the world than the United States Army.”
DI has repeatedly been named as one of the nation’s top military friendly employers. You can learn more about our commitment to veterans here.
You can read the digital March 2020 issue of G.I. Jobs here.