Where Were You? I have fond memories of my high school history classes. I was excited to enroll in an American history course as junior and long-time Revolutionary War "junkie." Taught by a former attorney, the class normally ran like a college seminar, focused on individual stories and the nuance behind places and dates. We'd … Continue reading Have We Learned What We Should’ve?
I've come close to publishing this article several times in the last couple weeks, each time halted by the fear that I haven't yet absorbed everything I could. That I hadn't learned as much as I could yet. That there were still new details hidden in the shadows we all must learn before synthesizing the … Continue reading Departing Kabul: Are We “Leaders” Supporting Our Most Important Teammates?