Interview with Dr. Cassandra Shaw and Wes O’Donnell
Dr. Cassandra Shaw is the Program Director for Entrepreneurship at American Military University.
Wes O’Donnell is an American Military University Alumnus.
Does an education truly influence your business goals? According to entrepreneur Wes O’Donnell, it does. After receiving his MBA from AMU he took his entrepreneurial vision to the next level.
In this podcast, Dr. Shaw and Wes discuss network support, finding motivation along the entrepreneurial journey, and business lessons that are a necessity when building a business. Wes believes that education gives you the roadmap needed for executing your ideas, and it provides you with the tools that you’ll needin order to get from ideation to execution.
This podcast originally appeared on our fellow APUS blog, APUS Entrepreneurship Center.
About the Speakers
Dr. Cassandra Shaw is the Program Director for Entrepreneurship at APUS. As a solopreneur and intrapreneur and being in academics, she enjoys seeing others succeed. Her passion comes from helping others to see and reach their greatest potential. Follow her on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/shawcassandra/ and Twitter: @IOPsychShaw.
Wes O’Donnell served in both the US Army Infantry and the US Air Force as a RADAR engineer, and is the author of “RISE! The Veteran’s Field Manual For Starting Your Own Business & Conquering The Online Economy.” He graduated from American Military University with his MBA and a focus on IT Management. He is currently the Founder and CEO of MD-Advantages Healthcare, Founder of both Modern Workspace Furniture and a veteran resource website called WarriorLodge.com. Wes also holds the US Patent on the OmniCartâ„¢ Modular Medical Cart System.
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