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In addition to the holidays this month, we also celebrate the Foundation Scholarship Season opening on December 19th! Scholarship Program updates, application tips and additional opportunities for our Supply Family begin on our cover page! On page 12, Transition Chair CDR (ret) Bob Dolan brings Networking into focus and on page 20, Hampton Roads Spouse Leader Amy Ott shares her thoughts on why the NSCF-HR Fun Bunch is so successful!
In this issue, we also shine the spotlight on the newly-reactivated Iberian Peninsula Chapter, learn from LTJG William Clark what it's like Becoming an Ironman in a High Tempo AOR, and find ourselves following CAPT (ret) Donald Hoffman as he explores the history of The Embroidered Supply Oak Leaf Uniform Insignia on page 22.
And thanks to CDR (ret) Chris Webster, CAPT (ret) Eddie Fishburne, CAPT (ret) Anthony Steigelman, and CAPT (ret) Richard Vroman for sharing very personal, sometimes humorous and always interesting memories in our special section: My Supply Corps Story, beginning on page 24.
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Happy Holidays and cheers to our fabulous Members showcased in the Winter issue of The Oakleaf!
I am pleased to announce on November 5th, 2022, the Navy Supply Corps Foundation Board of Directors selected Mr. Carl Liebert as the 61st Navy Supply Corps Foundation Distinguished Alumnus.
The Navy Supply Corps Foundation Distinguished Alumni Program recognizes individual Supply Corps Officers who have distinguished themselves after their Naval career “by obtaining significant success in the public or private sector and who credit their Supply Corps experience as a basic foundation of further professional achievements”.
Carl Liebert was recognized for his experience as a global business executive, leading customer-driven digital and technology transformations for more than 30 years. Carl has broad senior management experience in creating team member, partner, customer, and shareholder value within retail companies, including serving as CEO of kwx/Keller Williams and Auto Nation, as well as senior management roles at 24Hour Fitness, The Home Depot, and Circuit City. He has had broad leadership roles in financial services, including USAA, where he served in various senior roles as Vice Chairman, Board of Directors, USAA Bank, Chairman, Board of Directors, USAA Real Estate Company, and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of USAA, as well as General Manager of General Electric. Carl is an agile business leader, building team engagement at all levels with end-to-end integrated experience expertise.
A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy (BS) and a member of the U.S. Naval Academy 1987 Elite 8 Basketball team, Carl was commissioned as a Navy Supply Corps Officer in 1987 and served active duty until 1992. Carl earned an MBA from Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management and attended the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Executive Leadership Program.
“The privilege to serve in the Navy Supply Corps was an experience that would shape my leadership journey forever,” said Carl. “The lessons learned of the importance of taking care of people, and the sacrifices our spouses and families make on behalf of those who serve a higher purpose, have made all the difference on my journey still today.”
Carl Liebert joins a memorable NSCF Distinguished Alumni roster. Click here for a complete directory of honorees and please join me in welcoming Mr. Carl Liebert to the ranks of the Navy Supply Corps Foundation’s Distinguished Alumni.
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