What to Expect
Ken Robbins, CEO of MILLIE, and Kellie Artis, COO of MILLIE discuss the current state of military privatized housing. The poor conditions of on-base housing have been investigated and exposed through surveys, the media and Congressional testimony in the past year. Find out how this issue affects your business.
The poor conditions of on-base housing have been investigated and exposed through surveys, the media and Congressional testimony in the past year. Find out how this issue affects your business and what you can do in response.
Kellie Artis is the COO of MILLIE. She is an Army spouse, military family advocate, and community builder. She also serves on the Military Family Advisory Network's advisory board, a nonprofit committed to connecting military families with the resources they need to thrive. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communication, but as a military spouse has worked in a vast array of industries, from retail to fine arts. Kellie has been married to her Soldier for twelve years and currently resides in Fayetteville, North Carolina with their two young children.
Ken Robbins is the co-founder and CEO of MILLIE. He is a former Army officer with twenty years of experience serving in tactical, operational, and strategic level assignments. While in the Army, he deployed to numerous theaters, including Iraq in 2008-2009. His final assignments consisted of battalion command in Europe and as a special assistant to the Chief of Staff of the Army. In 2009, Ken was appointed as one of fifteen White House Fellows by President Obama. He served as a special assistant to the Director of the Office of Personnel Management and worked closely with career civil servants and political appointees at OPM in the drafting of Executive Order 13518 – Employment of Veterans in the Federal Government, which established the Veterans Employment Initiative. After his White House Fellowship, Ken served as an Army Fellow.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
- Knowledge of current conditions.
- Sources of information.
- Understanding of the impact on military families.
- Ways agents can serve and support military families.
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