Initial Global Good Fund Veterans Leadership Program – 2018
Project Opportunity is pleased to announce that we have had three graduates selected for the Initial Global Good Fund Veterans Leadership Program. Congratulations Fred Barnes, Phillip Scott, and Enrique Young.
Fred Barnes is a graduate of the Columbia Fall 2013 Class. His business is TAC Integrated Solutions (www.tacintegrated.com). TAC Integrated Solutions specializes in protecting Critical Information and empowering Information Discovery in support of the Defense, Intelligence, National Security and Federal Civilian missions. We leverage developed technology coupled with subject matter expertise to apply towards solving complex challenges in the following areas: Advanced Analysis, Enterprise/IT Security, and Cyber Solutions.
Phillip Scott is a graduate of the Baltimore Spring 2017 Class. He is the owner of Jetseal, Inc. (www.jetsealonline.com). They provide the following services:
- Parking lot maintenance and repair
- Driveway maintenance and repair
- Snow removal
- Crack repair
Enrique Young is a graduate of the Columbia Spring 2014 Class. He is the Founder of FEBA, Inc (www.febasecurity.com). FEBA has the experience to quickly mobilize personnel, management and assets to provide Protective Security and Event Staffing services to mitigate risk and enhance efficiency at various locations in the Country, to include MGM properties and specifically the Theater at National Harbor, Maryland. FEBA understands the possible nefarious threats that could befall the Theater at National Harbor and has taken every precaution to ensure that the security personnel assigned to the Back Stage areas in general and the theater in particular are professional and capable of preventing hostile acts and are proactive in apprehending and stopping those individuals bent on making a public statement or injuring Theater Patrons. Since February 1, 2017, FEBA has provided back stage event security support for more than 25 shows. FEBA is ready and has been responsive to Theater Management calls and in many cases were able to provide theater support with quality personnel with little notice.
The Global Good Fund
The Global Good Fund recognizes that Veterans have received leadership training throughout their military service. While many military leadership traits translate well into business, Veteran entrepreneurs like all entrepreneurs face unique challenges in growing and scaling their businesses. According to the Small Business Administration, there are 2.5 million Veteran owned businesses that employ over 5 million people.
In an effort to support the leadership needs of Veteran entrepreneurs, The Global Good Fund has partnered with the Smithfield Foundation to launch the Veterans Leadership Program to provide personalized leadership development, executive mentoring and $10,000 in targeted capital to invigorate the leadership growth of veteran entrepreneurs. In 2018, the Global Good Fund will select 5 Veteran entrepreneurs to participate in the program.
For more information about this program please visit their website: https://globalgoodfund.org/people/veterans/