Robert O'Neill, a Team Leader on the Naval Special Warfare Development Group, will be the featured speaker at the NASF Mid-West Seminar June 26-28 at Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs, Michigan, an event sponsored by the NASF Michigan Chapter.
O'Neill, who will speak on Friday, June 27, is one of the most highly-decorated combat veterans of our time. He has deployed more than a dozen times, and he held combat leadership roles in more than 400 combat missions in four different theaters of war. A highly-trained Navy SEAL, he led the military's most elite and was involved in our nation's most important campaigns. With most of his career shrouded in a classified cloak, O'Neill was the man on the ground we have never heard of but know exists. He was one of the quiet professionals performing the most difficult tasks in the most difficult circumstances, serving his remarkable career in the shadows and keeping America safe in the process.
In his line of work, instant, critical decision-making is an absolute necessity for success, and he has proven experience in exceptionally high-risk and fluid environments. Having trained more than 800 special operations and tactical operators, O'Neill brings this unique expertise to organizations and translates his elite SEAL team training into high-impact, actionable insights on leadership, decision-making, operating in uncertain environments, and how to become the 'best of the best.' His mantra is "never quit," and O'Neill believes this is the single most important factor in determining success.
The featured speaker on Thursday, June 26 will be Dan Wyant, Michigan DEQ Administrator. Oher presentations will be given by Jeff Hannapel, VP of Regulatory Affairs, The Policy Group; Drew Johnson, Walgren Co.; Bill Krenz, Atotech; Bill Lievense, Capitol Group; Laurie Riegle; Fritz Lehmann, Coventya; Jolie Zak, Scientific Controls; Derek Smith, Techmetals; Dr. Brian Long, Grand Valley St. Univ.; Rick Delawder, NASF President and SWD, Inc; and Ken Hankinson, KCH Services.
|Bernie Haviland||Jeff Hannapel||Bill Krenz||Bill Lievense||Laurie Riegle|
|Jolie Zak||Dr. Long||Rick Delawder||Ken Hankinson||Rob O'Neill|