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Leading in the Aftermath w/ Dr. Tim Collins

The Apex Podcast

Release Date: 02/17/2020

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In this episode Jan and RJ interview Airforce Veteran and President of Walsh University Dr. Tim Collins.

Dr. Collins spent the past 14 years at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, the nation’s oldest and largest university-affiliated research center based in Maryland. Collins also spent 23 years in the U.S. Air Force, including eight years as a senior officer responsible for operations in the United States and Asia.

In 1976 Dr. Collins graduated from high school at age 16 followed by a two-year journey through the Georgia Military College where he received his associate degree in engineering. He then enrolled in the U.S. Air Force Academy. In the episode we discuss just how intense the service academies are, and how they are considered liberal arts institutions.

The apex of this episode includes a conversation stemming from the events around a terrorist attack on Khobar Towers in 1996. Dr. Collins earned a purple heart after being wounded at Khobar Towers. The bomb wounded hundreds of troops and claimed the lives of 19 service members.

The conversation came to an end with Dr. Collins offering advice to emerging leaders, leaders that are actively trying to lead in a crisis, as well as how he manages stressful situations.

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