Join us for a discussion with corporate leaders about how their organizations are supporting their military-connected employees during these uncertain times. You’ll want to attend this event if you have military-connected employees or if you’re a member of a veteran/military spouse employee resource group.
Bunker Labs #All_In Virtual Town Hall is a 30-45 minute live conversation. Be prepared to participate in a live Q&A with other business leaders who have been through tough and uncertain times like the one we are currently experiencing amidst the coronavirus crisis.
This conversation is part of the #All_In initiative, created to inspire and equip the entrepreneurs in our military connected community to continue moving their businesses forward.
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Senior Director of Veterans Initiatives
Hiring our Heroes
Senior Vice President, Military and Veteran Affairs, Brigadier General (Ret), US Army
JP Morgan Chase
Managing Director and Head of the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs
Harris Morris currently serves as the Senior Director for Veteran Initiatives at ADP in Roseland, NJ. In this role, Harris is responsible for designing, developing and implementing ADPs program to attract, onboard and develop Veteran talent as well as supporting selected Veteran non-profit organizations externally. In addition, Harris also serves as the national vice chairman for ADPs Military Strong Business Resource Group.
Harris served over 21 years in the United States Army, retiring in 2012 as a Lieutenant Colonel. During his time in the Army, Harris served in various command and operational roles as an Armor officer in South Korea, Germany, Bosnia, Macedonia, Iraq and numerous locations in the United States. His last assignment in the Army was serving as a staff member at the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Harris holds a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point, an MBA from Tarleton State University (Texas A&M System), and is a graduate of the Command and General Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas.
Eric Eversole is a vice president at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and executive director of Hiring Our Heroes, a program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
Eversole leads Hiring Our Heroes, a grassroots initiative to help veterans, transitioning servicemembers, and military spouses find meaningful employment in communities across America. As executive director, Eversole manages the day-to-day operations and strategically engages the program’s public- and private-sector partners in an effort to connect businesses to the talented men and women transitioning out of military as well as their spouses.
For nearly two decades, Eversole has shown a strong commitment to the military and the men and women who serve. He first entered military service in 1994 as an enlisted security specialist in the Indiana Air National Guard. Eversole later accepted a commission in the United States Navy JAG Corps in 1998 and served on active duty until 2001. As an appellate attorney, he represented more than 250 sailors and Marines before the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals and the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.
Eversole transferred to the Navy Reserve in 2001. Currently, he is executive officer of one of the largest units in the Reserve JAG Corps and holds the rank of commander. He is a recognized expert in military justice.
As a civilian attorney, Eversole served as a litigation attorney in the Voting Section of the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. He investigated and litigated cases to protect military voting rights under the Uniform and Overseas Citizen Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA). Subsequently, he served as a special counsel for a presidential campaign and provided counsel on state and federal election-related issues.
Eversole founded the Military Voter Protection Project (MVP Project)—a program dedicated to promoting and protecting the voting rights of active duty military members and their spouses. In addition, Eversole was an adjunct professor for the AMVETS Legal Clinic at Chapman University, which provides free legal representation and support to active duty servicemembers and veterans.
Eversole holds a J.D. cum laude from Indiana University School of Law and a B.A. cum laude from Wabash College. He sits on the advisory board of the Overseas Vote Foundation. Originally from Bluffton, Indiana, Eversole resides in Washington, D.C., with his wife, Amanda.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions, as well as state and local chambers and industry associations.
Carol Eggert is Senior Vice President, Military and Veteran Affairs at Comcast NBCUniversal. She leads strategy for Comcast NBCUniversal’s programs and outreach to the military community. Carol completed her military career in 2014 as the Assistant Adjutant General for the Pennsylvania National Guard and the Deputy Commandant for the Army War College. Carol leads “military-ready” initiatives that have made Comcast NBCUniversal a leader in how the private industry positively impacts military employees, communities and customers. These initiatives include strategic partnerships with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation, PsychArmor and the SHRM Foundation, which are shaping the way the industries and communities engage with and support the military community. Carol serves on the Corporate Advisory Board for West Chester University, and the Boards of Directors for the Philly POPS and PsychArmor. Her leadership has been recognized by We Are The Mighty as one of the top 25 Influencers Supporting the Military Community.
Mark A. Elliott is Managing Director and Head of the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs for JPMorgan Chase & Co. He oversees firm-wide, veteran focused efforts around strategic pillars: Employment, Entrepreneurship, Education and Workforce Development, and Community Engagement. Over nearly three decades serving in the U.S. Army, Mark commanded units at the company, battalion and brigade levels. Retiring as a Colonel, his assignments in both conventional and special missions units took him around the world including two deployments to Iraq, with his last serving as aide-decamp to the commander of all forces in Iraq. Most recently, Mark Elliott was the Director of the Army’s Land Warfare Network at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Mark joined JPMorgan Chase in 2015 as a senior strategist on Global Technology Infrastructure’s Strategy and Transformation team where he supported the firm’s efforts to create new ways of interacting with customers in a digital environment. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in physics from the University of Alabama, a Masters in Telecommunications Management from Southern Methodist University, and a Masters in Strategic Studies from the National War College in Washington, D.C.
Third Shift Entrepreneur
Todd Connor is a widely sought-after speaker, thought leader, and consultant who leads individuals and organizations to unlock their full entrepreneurial potential. Todd is the founder of Bunker Labs, a national entrepreneurship organization with chapters in 30 states across the U.S., which works with military veterans and military spouses who want to start their own business. He is also the founder of The Collective Academy, Emerson House, as well as other for-profit and philanthropic organizations. For speaking requests, access to additional thought leadership, or to attend Third Shift Entrepreneur workshops visit www.ThirdShiftEntrepeneur.org.