KIMBER HILL: CONNECTING MILITARY SPOUSES TO REMOTE CAREERS
Kimber Hill is the founder of VirtForce, the digital platform bridging the gap between active-duty military spouses and virtual careers.
IN THIS EPISODE, KIMBER TALKS WITH LYNN ABOUT:
- Career longevity challenges for military spouses
- Saving her career by going remote
- The sacrifices of the military spouses at home
- The need to look at positions that are going to be able to be executed at home with the right talent
- Why military spouses (male and female) make incredible employees
QUOTATIONS FROM THIS EPISODE:
“We’re making positive change in the world.” -Kimber Hill
“If you’re an organization that hasn’t explored remote, you need to try it.” -Kimber Hill
“I love working in a space where I can see women excel.” -Kimber Hill
“They’re looking to be a part of a bigger team, that is their own contribution, unrelated to their spouse’s contribution.” -Kimber Hill
KIMBERS’S OFFICIAL BIO:
VirtForce’s mission is to reduce the unemployment rate for Active Duty MilSpouses and Veterans by connecting employers seeking to diversify and distribute their talent network to qualified virtual candidates within the military community.
In less than 36 months, her organization has helped over 2,500 military spouses attain sustainable remote employment and has made a $55 million economic impact on the military community.
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