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Marjorie K. Eastman News Articles

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Country Music Band Farewell Angelina Interviews Marjorie K. Eastman

You are in for a treat with a live performance & beautiful Farewell Angelina music. Enjoy this personal conversation about The Frontline Generation and how music helps us share the soundtrack to our lives--no matter where you are in your life.

Nashville Public Radio spotlight on veteran and author Marjorie K. Eastman

Listen to a short excerpt from The Frontline Generation and an experience on transitioning to life after the military. This is part of the series on Identity & Culture.

Podcast interview by former soldier and founder of Gymnast Care

This is a fun interview since the founder of Gymnast Care is Dr. Joshua Eldridge, who is a former soldier who served under Marjorie K. Eastman's command. This interview is like listening to old friends talk about their deployment, and the lasting impact service made on their lives. You'll enjoy this!

Rob Selkow of Clarksville Now interviews Marjorie K. Eastman

She Watched 9/11 Attacks and Joined the Military - The Tennessean

About 10 friends silently stared at the television screen, tears in their eyes, as they watched the second plane crash into the World Trade Center three time zones away. Marjorie K. Eastman’s mind whirred as she considered the predicament of those trapped in the towers. The most jarring video showed people jumping to their deaths.

Nashville Bunker Muster interviews Marjorie K. Eastman

Former intelligence officer and commander, now business and community leader, Marjorie K. Eastman has written her first book, The Frontline Generation: How We Served Post 9/11. We met Marjorie at Nashville Bunker Muster and were eager to learn more about her story. Prepare to meet the less than 1% who served in uniform post 9/11—The Frontline Generation. Her book is available now, and online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Marjorie K. Eastman selected for Leadership Nashville 2016 Class

Chosen from 215 applicants, these leaders will touch on issues from crime to health to entertainment in a nine-month program, beginning in September.

Marjorie K. Eastman recognized with Nashville Business Journal Award for military veteran leading in business

The men and women recognized for this award are military veterans who have served their country and are now impacting Nashville's business community.

Eastman applies military experience to non-profit service

Any nonprofit’s operations can benefit from some military precision, and that’s what the YWCA of Nashville & Middle Tennessee is hoping for with the hiring of Marjorie Eastman as its first president and chief operating officer.

Eastman Profiled as Owen World Shaper

GREAT EXPECTATIONS  Eastman stays the course when she learned just days into her MBA program that she and her husband were expecting their first child. 

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