Greg Bicknell EVP of Military and Veteran Engagement
On this episode of the Jason Cavness Experience I talk to Greg Bicknell Founder-Camaraderie Rescue Mission Inc.|CEO-Camaraderie Coffee Club and Exchange|Suicide Interventionist|AFW2 Ambassador|Certified Life Coach| We talk about the following and many more items What is mental health His brain surgery Being an Air Force wounded warrior advisor Suicide His non profits Greg’s Bio Greg Bicknell was born in Richmond, Kentucky. He graduated from Madison Southern High School in 1990, entering the United States Air Force the very next month. Following a distinguished career that led him to the highest enlisted rank of Chief Master Sergeant, he was medically retired in 2019. Greg presently resides in Lakeland, Florida with his beautiful wife and two girls, 18 and 20 respectively. As a USAF veteran with a strong background in strategic leadership, executive-level communication, and team development, Greg is intent on utilizing his skill set to lead the nonprofit community into a new world of possibilities, partnerships, and collaboration. He has an Associates of Applied Science in Instructor of Technology and Military Science as well as a Bachelor of Science in Workforce Education Training and Development. He is a Certified Life Coach, Air Force Wounded Warrior Ambassador, and Recovering Airman Mentor to name a few. Additionally, Greg is Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Trained, and is currently serving as the Executive Vice President of Veterans and Uniformed Personnel Engagement at Family And Leadership Life Skills Adventures where he intends on adding his personal brand to their already amazing program. He is the Founder of Camaraderie Rescue Mission Inc and CEO of Camaraderie Coffee Club and Exchange. Greg’s Social Media Greg’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/greg-bicknell/ Websites: https://www.tcrmi.org/ https://camaraderiecoffeeclub.com/ http://www.thefallsadventure.org/ Greg’s Advice Love the ones that you're with and love the ones that you're around. Just be true to yourself and true to others. Use your gifts and talents to be a blessing to others and to give. But most importantly,take care of yourself first. There's no wrong and that there's nothing wrong with saying I need to take any. There's nothing wrong with saying I need a little bit of help, or I need just a moment. Because I think that when you get to that point, don't be afraid to reach out. If you don’t have anyone, reach out to me and give me a shot. My suggestion is take care of yourself first and then make sur that you use your gifts and talents to be a blessing to those around you.