JJ Mahon was commissioned through ROTC after graduating from Campbell University in 2003. After graduating Aviation Officer Basic Course, he was assigned to the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade where he served as an Aviation Platoon Leader, Squadron S-1, Squadron AS3, Brigade AS3 and Company Commander. He deployed to Iraq in 2005 as an Air Cavalry Scout Platoon Leader and again in 2007 as a Squadron AS3. JJ retired in 2010.
Following retirement, JJ held positions as both a High School Math Teacher and a Manufacturing Supply Chain Manager, providing a broad range of post-military experience in both the private and public sectors.
JJ came to Orion to act as a liaison with civilian companies and provide transitioning military leaders exceptional opportunities as they begin their next career.
If you are an Active Duty Army Officer located in the Eastern or Midwest half of the US and would like to learn more about Orion’s Career Placement Services, please contact JJ today.
Army Officers – South Central and Western United States
Keri Price was commissioned through ROTC after graduating from Texas State University in 2008. After attending the Adjutant General Officer Basic Course at Ft. Jackson, SC, she was assigned to the 49th Quartermaster Group at Ft. Lee, VA.
During her tenure at Ft. Lee, Keri served as a Petroleum Supply Platoon Leader, Battalion S1, Brigade Strength Manager, and Brigade S1. She deployed to Haiti in early 2010 as a Battalion S1 in support of Operation Unified Response. After returning from her deployment, Keri served as the Brigade Strength Manager and inactivated ten companies. After serving as the Brigade S1 and Adjutant Keri decided to begin her transition out of the military in order to focus more on her family.
Keri joined Orion in 2012 to work with Army Officers as they prepare for their transition into Corporate America.
If you are an Active Duty Army Officer in the South Central or Western half of the US and would like to learn more about Orion’s Career Placement Services, please contact Keri today.