Military Friendly Employers Advisory Board Committee Members
Charles S. â€śChickâ€ť Ciccolella, is the President of CSC Group, LLC, a service-disabled, veterans-owned firm that services government and non-government entities on programs operated by the federal government related to veterans employment, and work force development. Chick is a former Assistant Secretary for Veterans Employment and Training at the U.S. Department of Labor, where he helped veterans transition from the military to civilian jobs.
Emily King is a nationally recognized expert on the transition from military service to civilian employment. With more than a decade of hands-on experience, she works with civilian organizations that want to attract and retain top military talent. Emily has been instrumental in incorporating retention and hiring for lasting talent into the MFE survey and recently authored â€śField Tested: Recruiting, Managing and Retaining Veterans.â€ť
Mark Miner serves on the St. Johns County, Fla., Board of County Commissioners and served two deployments in Iraq. He was elected to the board in August 2008 and assumed office representing District 3 on Nov. 17, 2008. Prior to his election, Mark was a manager with CSX Transportation, where he helped create and manage CSXâ€™s Military & Diversity Recruiting Program.
William Offutt is Managing Director of Military Recruiting Consultants. From 2003-2009, he served as Executive Director of the National Hire Vets First campaign in the office of the Assistant Secretary, Veteransâ€™ Employment and Training (VETS) at the U.S. Department of Labor. During this time he also served as Executive Director of the Presidentâ€™s National Hire Veterans Committee. Offutt served with distinction in Vietnam.
Lisa Rosser is a vocal advocate of hiring veterans. In 2007, Rosser founded the Value Of a Veteran and delivers workshops and seminars nationwide to corporate, government and higher education employers. Her military career spans over 20 years (both active and Reserve), three continents, and four major deployments.