MY BATTLEFIELD, YOUR OFFICE: LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM THE FRONT LINES
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27
6:30PM – WINE RECEPTION
7:00PM – PANEL DISCUSSION
Free for members; $15 for guests
It is well documented that veterans have valuable skills from their military training and experiences that are tremendous assets to virtually any organization. Justine Constantine, an author, TEDx speaker and former lieutenant colonel from the US Marine Corps, moderates a panel of veterans who will share invaluable insights on leadership skills they honed in the military and have been critical to their success in the private sector.
As a Reservist, Constantine deployed to Iraq in 2006. During a combat patrol, he was shot in the head by an enemy sniper. Constantine was awarded the Purple Heart, Combat Action Ribbon and Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal and in 2015, he graduated on the Dean’s List from Georgetown University with a Master of Laws degree. Constantine now sits on the Board of Directors of the Wounded Warrior Project, PsychArmor and the US Veterans Chamber of Commerce. In 2015, he co-founded the Veteran Success Resource Group.
Koma Gandy Fischbein is an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley and manages a portfolio of strategic projects that deliver technology-based solutions to enhance client service. Fischbein is a US Navy Veteran and spent 15 years on active duty and in the reserves as a Surface Warfare Officer. She holds a BA from Harvard University and an MBA from Georgetown University. Fischbein is also the current head coach of the All Navy Men’s Rugby Team.
Todd Haskins is a Principal at Reverence Capital, a private investment firm focused on financial services. Haskins spent six years in the US Marine Corps and began his professional career as an engineer with Texaco. He received his BS from Rice University and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. Haskins currently serves as the Chairman of the New York City Veterans Advisory Board.
Scott Stanley graduated from the United States Military Academy. In the Army, he returned to Germany, where he served as an Engineer Platoon and Company Commander, after completing both Airborne and Ranger School. Stanley is currently a Managing Director at KPMG, leading Data & Analytics and FinTech Alliances and leads KPMG’s NYC Veterans network.