Richmond Hill, Georgia
Distance education helped this Army veteran transition to a banking VP
Lindsey Streeter attributes his Grantham University Master of Science in Performance Improvement to the numerous opportunities that have been presented to him, both in his Army and civilian careers, since graduating in 2012.
Currently serving as the Vice President, Sales and Marketing, for a major U. S. bank, Streeter attributes his graduate degree, and the skills he garnered during his studies, to placing him in positions to excel and succeed.
Streeter retired as a Command Sergeant Major in 2016 after more than 30 years of service in the U.S. Army. Due in large part to his degree in Performance Improvement, he was assigned as Program Analyst for the Department of the Army's Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Prevention program in 2015. He attributes his graduate-level studies at Grantham University with equipping him with the tools and confidence required to identify gaps and risks, and to provide improvement recommendations for the Army-wide program, reaching 1.9 million active duty, guard and reserve soldiers.
"(My degree from) Grantham University enabled me and my family to experience superior military positioning and assignments, as well as led me to a leadership role within the civilian sector. I have been, and will continue to be, an advocate for higher learning, encouraging everyone I encounter to strive for academic excellence."
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