The Heart and the Fist
Eric Greitens talked about his life as a warrior and a humanitarian. After receiving a Ph.D. as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, Eric Greitens joined the Navy SEALs in 2001. As he served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa, and Southeast Asia, he began doing humanitarian work. He is also the founder of The Mission Continues, which helps wounded and disabled soldiers become citizen leaders. He showed slides during his presentation and responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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Eric R. Greitens Founder, Chair and CEO Mission Continues, The
Joel Poudrier Lieutenant Colonel U.S. Marine Corps
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