SGT Bonnie L (Hoecker) Silver

SGT Bonnie L (Hoecker) Silver

Dates of Service: Jan 1992 - Jul 1998
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Military Experiences

May 1997 - Jul 1998
Deployed to SWA 09/97-03/98 Based in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Nov 1996 - Aug 1997
Nov 1995 - Nov 1996
Nov 1994 - Nov 1995
TS/SCI clearance


(6 months)
Sep 1997 - Feb 1998

Military Credentials

Additional Specialization(s)
Security Clearance
None / Expired

Academic Degrees

Civilian Experiences

Oct 2014 - Present
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Author, Consultant, Speaker...mind/body/spirit
Jan 2010 - Oct 2014
Author, Consultant, Speaker
Currently consulting with several nonprofits and for profit organizations in supporting outreach, networking and strategic planning. An expert at connecting people and organizations to one another in order to help them attain their goals. Since I genuinely care to help other's succeed in their goals, my efforts flow easily and effortlessly. I am here to serve and will assist you as best that I can in achieving the end result that you seek for you and your organization. I excel in networking, working trade shows/job fairs, presenting, outreach and educating others. How can I serve you?
Jul 2012 - Aug 2013
Business Development
Project HIRED, a 501(c)3, not-for-profit organization, maintains a single vision: to be a significant force for the employment of individuals with disabilities until the need no longer exists. Since 1978, we have been serving adults with disabilities, including disabled warriors, and have placed thousands into jobs in the local and surrounding communities and nationally. Mission Statement: To assist individuals with disabilities to gain and sustain employment, in partnership with business and the community. The Project HIRED Wounded Warrior Workforce℠ supports disabled veterans.
Started in Sep 2013
There are many stories about this new generation of warrior veterans. This book gives a voice to a small set of those stories that might otherwise not have been heard. They are simple, straightforward, and provide a better understanding of what many veterans are now experiencing in their transition to civilian life as our nation's military downsizes. It provides guidance to veterans who are facing obstacles in their transition and makes the case to business leaders on the value and high impact that this Freedom War generation of veterans can bring to any organization.