Fred Wellman

Wellman is a retired Army officer having served 22-years as an aviator and public affairs officer including four combat tours. He currently is the CEO and Founder of ScoutComms, Inc., a B Corp communications and corporate social responsibility firm supporting organizations addressing the needs of veterans and military families. He founded the firm in 2010 and it is today one of the first B Corp firms focused on veterans issues in the world.

Recent articles from Fred Wellman

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Veteran-Owned Businesses Can And Should Be A Force For Good
Here are four reasons why veteran-owned businesses should think about joining the B Corp movement.
Frederick Wellman (center) speaks with then-Lt. Gen. Martin Dempsey the day he took command of Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq in September 2005.
Career
8 Things The Army Taught Me About Running A Small Business
A 22-year Army career prepared me for the challenges of building successful firms.
Job-seeking veterans and service members speak with a prospective employer at a job fair at Nationals Park on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012.
Career
How To Know When A Company Is Truly ‘Military-Friendly’
Here are five ways you can really tell if a company is military-friendly and truly has service members and their families as a priority.
Lance Cpl. Josue A. Rodriguez, 18, from El Paso, Texas, a welder with Engineer Maintenance Company, 1st Maintenance Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, uses a welder to hone his skills on May 4. Metal workers with Engineer Maintenance Company, 1st Maintenance Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group are the only Marines who support the entire metal repair and manufacturing needs of Marine Corps Installations - West. Marines in the metal shop work on everything from recreating humvee parts to welding broken logistics vehicle systems.
Career
Thousands Of Jobs Are Waiting For Modern Veterans In American Manufacturing
The manufacturing industry is estimating some 600,000 jobs are being left unfilled for want of skilled workers in manufacturing. Employers are looking for veterans with the right background to come fill them.