Bringing science, experience and humor together to make the best military life
As a sought-after speaker, emcee and workshop developer, Jacey has seen firsthand how the new live audience doesn't come to an event to get information. They have all the information in the world literally at their fingertips. Today's audience comes out in person to create the kind of connections that move their dreams forward. Bring Jacey in to help you engineer those creative collisions that will make your audience stand up and cheer.
Air Force brat. Navy wife. Army mom. Military sociologist. Jacey's personal experience and professional training color her insights into the inner workings of military culture. Jacey has been featured as a military family subject matter expert by the New York Times, NBC Dateline, CBS Morning News, CNN, NPR, the Washington Post, the Washington Times, Woman’s Day magazine and many others.
Transition and Spouse Employment
As a generation of soldiers, sailors, Marines, airmen and Coasties transition from military service into civilian life, they know they need jobs. But vets are often flummoxed that getting a job isn't all they need to do to make a successful transition. Transition is a process that takes about two years. As a military sociologist, Jacey specializes in finding evidence-based best practices for transitioning service members and their families.