Bush Institute Announces Endowed Fellows To Advance Mission And Broaden Enterprise

The George W. Bush Institute is proud to announce the appointment of four Endowed Fellows to help further the mission to develop leaders, advance policy, and take action to solve today’s most pressing challenges. They include: Sammons Enterprises Fellow John Bailey; Kelly and David Pfeil Fellow Nicole Bibbins Sedaca; David Rubenstein Fellow Keith Hennessey; and […]

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The Power of a Military Mindset: Lessons in Coping During Difficult Times

Army Veteran and former CEO of Procter and Gamble Bob McDonald, led the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs from 2014 – 2017 to improve Veteran access to healthcare and the many other benefits VA offers. It was an ambitious mission, and I was honored that I got to play a small part. Three colleagues and I […]

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What is The Center of Your World Map?

As a leader it is always our responsibility to escape our own ethnocentricity, work to understand other people’s culture, and empathize with their context to improve their lives.  As the Chairman, President & CEO of The Procter & Gamble (P&G) Company I would go into the homes of consumers all over the world, watch them […]

Celebrating 50 Years of Our All-Volunteer Military and the Immigrants Who Strengthen It

When Captain Florence “Flo” Groberg was awarded the Medal of Honor in November 2015 for his heroic actions in Afghanistan, I was privileged to attend the White House ceremony as Secretary of Veterans Affairs. An Airborne Ranger qualified infantry officer, Flo tackled a suicide bomber in Afghanistan, causing a second suicide bomber to detonate his […]

A Message from the 8th Secretary of Veterans Affairs About Memorial Day

On the last Monday of May, we pay tribute and acknowledge the sacrifices of courageous men and women who placed the interests of others above their own. In service to our Nation at Guadalcanal and Bastogne, the Chosin Reservoir and Pusan, at Khe Sanh, on the DMZ, in Fallujah and Kabul, and at hundreds of […]