Meeting Archive:
Resume Workshop: How to Capture You on Paper


This webinar session is no longer available.


The archive of the webinar will be available in two weeks at this link:





Meeting Description:

For many, writing the initial resume is a daunting, intimidating and uncomfortable.  Your resume is you on paper.  It is a reflection of your capabilities, experience, accomplishments and your value-added to a company or organization.  The process is certainly challenging, but an effective resume is one that generates an interview.  Let MOAA’s career transition experts help guide you in taking your resume to the next level.  Register today!

Can't make this event? This webinar will be recorded and archived on our website for Premium and Life Members of MOAA. 

Date: Wed, Jan 16, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): The Military Officers Association of America
 Presenter Information
Brian Anderson, Senior Director, Career Transition & Member Services
Speaker Photo

Col Brian D. Anderson, USAF (Ret), holds a Bachelor of Arts from Bowling Green State University, Ohio, and a Master of Arts in public administration from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colo.  He served 26 years in the U.S. Air Force, where he served in a wide range of command and staff assignments including tours at U.S. Central Command, MacDill AFB, Fla., and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Brussels, Belgium. 

Col Anderson retired in November 2010. He compiled over 4,000 flying hours in various aircraft and was awarded an Air Medal and Combat Action Medal as a B-52 aircraft commander during Operation Enduring Freedom.

He joined the staff of the Military Officers Association of America and has served as deputy director, in both the Career Transition Services and Council and Chapter Affairs Department. In July 2016, Col Anderson was named as the senior director, Career Transition and Member Services Department.

Patricia Cole, Program Director for, Career Transition Services
Speaker Photo

CAPT Patricia Cole, USN (Ret), holds a Bachelor of Science degree in English from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD and a Master of Science degree in Space Systems Operations from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. She served 30 years in the U.S. Navy as a space and communications specialist across a wide range of command and staff assignments. CAPT Cole retired in Feb 2012.

She joined the staff of the MOAA in Nov 2012. In her capacity as a program director, she serves as a speaker, writer, and career transition specialist in career transition challenges affecting veterans and military spouses. Her work includes assistance with resume development, professional network expansion, interview preparation, and salary negotiation.

Erin Stone, Program Director for Engagement
Speaker Photo

Erin Stone retired as a U.S. Navy Captain in 2017.  She held multiple leadership positions with broad organizational responsibility in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, to include command of Naval Legal Service Office North Central/Defense Service Office North.  A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and member of the Virginia Bar, she earned her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and holds a Masters in Law in Litigation and Dispute Resolution from George Washington University. 

Passionate about helping people, Erin found her new career home after military retirement in MOAA’s Transition Center where she provides advice and counsel to members and their spouses who are undertaking career transitions. As Program Director for Engagement, she also helps address state legislative issues via MOAA Councils and Chapters and builds relationships to enhance member value.