Verg member highlights
When things go awry in the wake of an emergency, Ayla Quesada kicks into high gear to keep the Lab running as smoothly and safely as possible. Ayla, as the Lab's Business Continuity Coordinator, plans contingencies and helps build resilience for the Lab's science mission and operations. Read the full interview>>
Kevin Nguy, an Electrical Project Manager in the Projects & Infrastructure Modernization Division and the incoming co-chair for the Veterans Employee Resource Group shares his reasons for joining the Navy and the Lab, and his thoughts on the skills veterans bring to their work. Read the full interview>>
Just as our lives are being reshaped today by the pandemic, an event of similar magnitude changed Marc Beaudreau’s perception of duty and sacrifice and brought him to the Marine Corps. Learn how Marc uses his training to support Biosciences on the field finance team. Read the full interview>>
Like many in her generation, the events of September 11, 2001, were a catalyst that put Stephany Tone on a career path that led her to Berkley Lab. Stephany is new to the Lab, joining this year during the pandemic. She spent five and a half years in the Navy serving in the Military Police.
Learn more about Stephany's experience.
Blair Edwards didn’t come from a military family, but he and his wife, who also served, have started a military dynasty. He entered the U.S. Army from high school after he took the Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery test (ASVAB) as part of his high school graduation requirements. The results showed him new options which included travel and five years in Hawaii.
Learn more about Blair's experience.
Minh Huebner, the Lab’s Chief Financial Officer and Veterans Employee Resource Group sponsor, is proud to support veterans. As she explains it, veterans bring valuable skills to enhance the Lab’s mission and are a great addition to the Lab’s “human network.” Read the full interview>>
Jason Bush & Abiola Ashorobi
The co-chairs of the Veterans Employee Resource Group (VERG), Jason Bush and Abiola Ashorobi, both served, so they understand the perspective of veterans. This background helps develop the goals they have for the ERG, which also serves as a business resource group. Read the full interview >>