Hollie Montgomery, Jr., MBA

A dedicated professional with over 39 years of public service while serving in the Military and working for the Federal Government. I have worked for the United States Government in various leadership positions over the past 36 plus years. 

In 2005 I retired from the United States Army after successfully completing 22 years of active duty service. During my military service, I was able to visit several countries around the world. In my travels I was blessed to be able to interact with people from all walks of life. I spoke with people who have similar beliefs as I and had dealings with those whose beliefs were very foreign to me. These encounters gave me a greater appreciation for the human experience and made me realize that we as humans go through many of the same things. We have many of the same hopes and dreams, we suffer many of the same disappointments and sense of failure. I believe these experiences provide me with a unique perspective on life and the many situations that we face during our life journey.


Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Strayer University


Master of Arts Degree, Business and Organizational Security Management, Webster University, 


Master of Arts Degree, Computer Resources and Information Management, Webster University


Bachelor of Arts Degree, Psychology and Sociology, Malone College

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Career Accomplishments:

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Career Sketch: I have worked for the United States Government in various positions over the past 39 years. Currently working as a Small Business Specialist with the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization.

Before coming to the Department of Veterans Affairs, I worked as the Chief of Support Services for the Army Management Staff College (AMSC) located on Fort Belvoir, Virginia. In that position I was responsible for the overall program management of all of the college’s operational support programs. This included information technology,  telecommunications systems, facilities and logistics management. Also during my tenure at AMSC I was employed as a professor for the Sustaining Base Leadership and Management (SBLM) Course teaching leadership and management skills to Army civilian employees.

Military Service

I officially retired from the Army after successfully completing 22 years of active duty military service. During my military career, I served as the Inspector General for the 2nd Infantry Division, Camp Red Cloud, Republic of Korea, Executive/Operations Officer for the Army Signal Activity-Military District of Washington, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.; Brigade Signal Officer, Division Support Command, 2nd Infantry Division, Camp Casey, Republic of Korea; Operations Officer/Program Manager, Base Realignment and Closure Office, Pentagon; Operational Evaluator, Army Test and Evaluation Command, Alexandria, VA; S1 Personnel Officer, 72nd Signal Battalion, Karlsruhe, Germany; S4 Logistics Officer, 72nd Signal Battalion, Karlsruhe, Germany; and Operations Officer /Platoon leader, of the 261st Signal Company, Hanau, Germany. I also served as Company Commander of the 269th Signal Company, Karlsruhe, Germany and A Company, 44th Signal Battalion, Kaiserserslautern, Germany

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