Major General Anthony Jackson, USMC (Ret.)
Major General Jackson sat down with Rise Up Radio co-hosts, James Carmody and Jared Kelley. Major General Jackson is married to Susan Gail Steinbach with two sons – Blaine and Brian Jackson. He retired from the United States Marine Corps on January 1, 2012 after over 36 years of meritorious service. He got both his Bachelor’s degrees and his Master’s degrees in History from the famous San Jose State University in 1971 and 1973 respectively. Due to his series of achievements, he was awarded a Doctor of Humane Letter from California State University and San Jose University in May, 2011. He attended several military and nonmilitary courses in several reputable military and nonmilitary institutions all through his remarkable career. Maj. Gen. Jackson was appointed Director of California State Parks in November 2012. He also served as Commanding General, Marine Corps Installation West. It will really take a dossier to outline all the feats he achieved. He was on Rise up radio and he shared his humble background and the guiding principles all through his life. Apart from his achievements, what is most striking about Major General Jackson is his humility despite his social, financial and military status.
CAPT Howard Warner III, Commanding Officer for Naval Base Point Loma
Capt. Howard Warner III, the Commanding Officer, Naval Base Point Loma also was Rise Up Radio's guest. Warner is a native of San Diego, California. He got a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace Engineering from United States Naval Academy in 1989. He also got a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from George Washington University in 2002. In addition, He got a Master of Science Degree in National Strategy from National War College in National Defense University in 2005. During the interview, Warner shared some of his contributions to his team and the Naval base where he serves. One of the principles Capt. Warner inculcated in his teams is never to allow defeat to define who they are. They should never allow defeat to demoralize them. As final words to his teams, Capt. Warner said everybody should decide what kind of leader they want to be. Do they want their team to succeed at the expense of their people or they want their team to succeed as a result of their people.
1. For more information about either of our guests, Major General Anthony Jackson, USMC (Ret.) or CAPT Howard Warner III, you may contact our team at Rise Up at RiseUpRadioSD@gmail.com