Flossie Hall – Military Spouse Unemployment, Why it’s a National Crisis

In Making Waves Conversations by Mark Sylvester
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11/09/2022

Military Spouse Unemployment, Why it's a National Crisis. Why it's costing our nation billions.

Military spouses face one of the highest unemployment rates of any demographic in America at nearly 30%. While also facing an incredible under-employment problem. The military, government, nonprofits, corporations, and Department of Defense are spending millions to solve this issue, yet it continues to climb. Let's discuss why they are missing the mark and what we can do as a nation to support those who sacrifice for those who serve.

Flossie Hall

CEO and Founder

Flossie is an active duty Navy spouse and accomplished serial entrepreneur who has generated and exited 7-figure businesses across e-commerce, ed-tech, mass production, and more. She has built and scaled global entrepreneurial education training programs, accelerators, and military programs using both remote and in-person educational curricula and technology. Through the programs Flossie has built, she has impacted thousands of founders globally to start, scale, and sustain their own businesses.

Flossie has secured global partnerships and sponsorships with companies such as Amazon, USAA, Nasdaq, PODs, Yahoo Small Business, and more. Flossie has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Entrepreneur, and on the Nasdaq Tower in Times Square. From helping founders secure national retail contracts to sponsorships with global brands or landing national PR campaigns, there isn't much Flossie can't do. Flossie resides in upstate NY with her husband and four children. Loves all things NPR, the ocean, and reading a book a week.


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