Creating an Ecosystem of Military Veteran and Spouse Entrepreneurs with Mark Mhley, USNA ‘96

Sep 25, 2020 | USNA

Mark Mhley started Re4ormed after almost 22 years as a Naval Aviator.  Re4ormed is a place for veteran and military spouse entrepreneurs to connect to a community and find high-quality business services bundled at lower prices.  In 2019 Mark was selected to participate in The Global Good Fund’s veteran fellowship program and credits the leadership coaching and executive mentorship with Re4ormed’s growth and expansion.

The Global Good Fund believes that investing in leadership is the best way to make an impact on a community and do global good.  Through its yearlong fellowship program, The Global Good Fund helps social entrepreneurs grow their leadership capabilities through coaching and funding.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • How Mark pivoted Re4ormed with the help of The Global Good Fund’s leadership coaching
  • How The Global Good Fund’s 360° leadership assessment and development plan makes Global Good Fund entrepreneurs accountable to each other and themselves
  • What sets The Global Good Fund Veteran Fellowship program apart from all other veteran entrepreneur support programs
  • The Global Good Fund’s leadership services beyond their fellowship program

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Special thanks to Mark, Manolo, and Brenda for joining me this week.  Until next time!

-Scott Mackes, USNA ’01

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