Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Alphonso Maldon, Jr., was appointed by President Obama to serve as the chairman of the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission in 2013. Alphonso Maldon, Jr., also functions as the president and CEO of Partnership Strategies Consulting in Washington, DC, which he established in 2004.
Focused on delivering government affairs and strategic business development advisory services and solutions, Partnerships Strategies Consulting operates in both the public and private sectors. The firm relies on its core team of military veterans and seasoned business professionals, including Mr. Maldon, Eddie Darnell Evans, and Roman Chanclon, to provide strategic planning services that range from market research to personnel evaluations. Each member of the team at Partnerships Strategies Consulting brings a unique skill set and past experiences to the firm.
Mr. Maldon served in the U.S. Armed Forces for more than two decades and previously provided policy advice for the management of military and civilian personnel to former U.S. President Bill Clinton. Mr. Evans specializes in health care and the pharmaceutical industry, having spent 18 years of his career at pharmaceutical manufacturer sanofi and 21 years in the U.S. Army promoting its health care programs. Meanwhile, Mr. Chanclor is an accomplished business leader with a deep pool of knowledge in sales and business development. He focuses on utilizing technology and marketing to enhance business and generate higher revenues.
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Prior to beginning his professional career, Alphonso Maldon attended the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma, where he received a master of arts degree in human relations. Alphonso Maldon also attended the Army Organizational Effectiveness Management School in Monterey, California, and the Joint Forces Staff College.
Located in Norfolk, Virginia, the Joint Forces Staff College is designed to provide advanced education for national security professionals through programs such as the Joint Advanced Warfighting School (JAWS). Created as a senior-level school that runs 10½ months, JAWS provides training for students to become expert joint campaign planners.
The mission of the Joint Advanced Warfighting School is to develop strategic planners who are innovative, conceptual, and creative in their thinking. JAWS students are selected from the military ranks of O-5s and O-6s, interagency civilians with an equivalent rank, and international officers to be trained in multinational planning and war operations. Up to 14 students currently take part in each of three JAWS seminars.