EP132 – Matt Collier

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Eagle Nation Podcast #132 – Matt Collier – From Hometown Mayor to Executive to Concussion Advocate

Matt Collier is an Army veteran, business executive, entrepreneur, speaker, and politician. At 29, he was elected the youngest big-city mayor in the U.S., serving in his hometown of Flint, Michigan. He was also hand chosen by Bob McDonald to serve in the Department of Veterans Affairs as Senior Advisor to the Secretary. Among his many accomplishments, there was the development and launch of the VA Center for Strategic Partnerships with the purpose of developing sustainable partnerships to improve the lives of veterans and their families. He’s currently a senior executive and sits on the board of the Concussion Legacy Foundation. 

In this podcast, we cover a variety of topics, including:

  • His Army experience
  • Stories and lessons from his time as mayor of Flint, Michigan
  • His work with the Concussion Legacy Foundation
  • What it was like to try and transform the VA

And much, much, more!


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