Episode #90 – Gen. Joseph Votel: Generals & CEOs Team Up to Prevent the Next Pandemic
The US was rated as “best positioned to respond to a pandemic,” yet it has struggled in its fight against COVID. General Joseph Votel (Business Executives for National Security) joins CareTalk to discuss where the US went wrong.
Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/9hTULqiipdQ
About Gen. Joseph Votel:
Continuing his long, distinguished career of service and senior leadership, General Votel today serves as President and CEO of Business Executives for National Security (BENS) – a national, nonprofit comprised of senior business and industry executives who volunteer their time and expertise to assist the U.S. national security community. In this role, General Votel leads a driven, multidisciplinary staff – spread across seven regional offices – and advises and executes on the strategy put forth by the BENS Board of Directors and the organization’s 400+ dedicated members.
General Votel joined BENS in January 2020 following a 39-year military career where he commanded special operations and conventional forces at every level; last serving as the Commander of U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) where he was responsible for U.S. and coalition military operations in the Middle East, Levant, and Central and South Asia. General Votel’s career included combat in Panama, Afghanistan, and Iraq. And he notably led the 79-member coalition that successfully liberated Iraq and Syria from the Islamic State Caliphate. General Votel preceded his assignment at CENTCOM with service as the Commander of U.S. Special Operations Command and the Joint Special Operations Command.
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