Mick Simonelli Talks Military Money as Former Senior Innovation Executive for USAA

Scottsdale, Arizona- Mick Simonelli, independent consultant of Fortune 500 companies and former senior innovation executive for USAA talks military money with Heather Wagenhals and listeners on the UnlockYourWealthRadio Show this Friday, March 28th, 2014 at 9:00AM (PST). Tune in to find out how Mick spent $400 million of taxpayer money.

Libsyn’s Popular Money Show welcomes Mick Simonelli, leader on innovation in financial service organization, to wrap up the Unlock Your Wealth Season 18 Barely Legal edition.  As one of the featured innovatiors in the bookInnovation Alchemists, we are honored to have Mick join us on the final show of season 18 and share financial difficulties soldiers and military families encounter everyday. As a result to these challenges, Mick, a leading innovator in multiple positions within the Department of Defense, has helped digitize and transform the US Army by designing the mobile check deposit as a result of soldiers and military families needing paychecks available immediately.

Listen this Friday, March 28th, 2014 at 9:00am (PST) to hear more about Mick and his innovations built for the USAA, which as a result, has earned him the status of growing a world class innovation program. Learn more about this week’s featured guest, Mick Simonelli, and all of his accomplishments appearing on NPR, American Banker, Workforce Magazine, Fast Company, Information Week 500, along with being the subject of numerous academic articles.

“People serve for a number of reasons, but they don’t do it for a monetary gain.” – Mick Simonelli


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