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RECORDING: How to Become a Military Spouse Entrepreneur

Supporting Veterans, Active Service Members & Military Spouses

As a military spouse, you know that supporting your military member and your family often comes at the cost of putting yourself last. Flossie Hall, COO and cofounder of the The Association of Military Spouse Entrepreneurs, is here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be that way — you too can build something of your own. In this talk, Flossie will share her story of becoming a successful military spouse entrepreneur, and how you can build and scale a successful business no matter where you’re based and regardless of your previous experience.

Flossie Hall

Arushi Grover

Flossie is an active duty Navy Spouse and accomplished serial entrepreneur specializing in e-commerce, marketing strategy, business development, growth of operations, and sales. She generated over 7-figure revenues within the first year of launching her meal prep and delivery company-Healthy Momma-in 2015.

She went on to sell over 500k meals, create over 100 Military Spouse jobs and donate over 10k meals to homeless Veterans.

Flossie is known in her role for National Military Spouse advocacy and public speaking across local and national venues such as Fox News, CNBC, CBS and PBS. She has helped build and scale multiple accelerators and military programs. She has served as the CMO for a technology startup and serves on various boards supporting the startup and military community. Flossie has even been invited to the White House and featured on the Nasdaq Tower in Times Square for her work.

Flossie has four children and currently resides in Upstate New York. She loves being near the ocean, the sunshine, reading a book a week, and listening to all things NPR.

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