26 Jul Military Leader Speaker Gregory Gadson
Military Leader Speaker Ret. Col. GREGORY GADSON
Decorated Army Commander, Star of the Film Battleship, and Fellow At The Institute Of World Politics
Retired Colonel and Military Leader Speaker Gregory Gadson, a Chesapeake, Va., native, served our nation in the United States Army for more than 26 years. Military Leader & Keynote speaker Gregory Gadson,’s service culminated as the Garrison Commander of Fort Belvoir, where he oversaw the daily operations of the post, a strategic sustaining base where more than 50,000 military personnel and employees provide logistical, intelligence, medical and administrative support, and command and control for a mix of more than 140 commands and agencies for the Department of Defense.
A 25-year career Army officer, Gadson’s life is a portrait of courage in the face of great adversity. In May 2007, as commander of the 2nd Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery, keynote speaker Gregory Gadson’s greatest challenge came in Iraq, where an improvised explosive device (IED) attack cost him both legs above the knees and normal use of his right arm and hand. Despite this, Gadson remained on active duty in the Army and continued to inspire many with his message of courage, perseverance, determination and teamwork. Refusing to be defined by the proverbial “hail of bullets,” he has since drawn upon the lessons of pride, poise and team, learned as a West Point linebacker, and applied them to his life, career and family….Read More about Ret. Col Gadson
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Military Leader speaker and veteran Gregory Gadson, 2017 Henry Viscardi, Jr. Achievement Award is an amazing and inspirational speaker. His experience as a military veteran and purple heart recipient makes Gregory’s keynotes impacting and unforgettable. The Collaborative Agency Group, and international speaker bureau works with Gregory as well as a whole host of retired military speakers, like Mike Abrashoff, Peter Pace, Jill Morgenthaler, Nicole Malachowski, and Rob “Waldo” Waldman to name a few.