J&J Worldwide Services is being featured in the latest episode of “Military Makeover with Montel” in support of veteran employment.
In the episode “Operation Career,” J&J veterans Suhaily De Jesus Cortes, David Brown and Robert Wadsworth will share their transition out of the military and back to civilian life.
The episode will air February 2 at 7:30 AM ET/PT on Lifetime TV.
“J&J is proud to support the employment of military veterans and active-duty reservists of all ranks. With most of our contracts supporting the U.S. military, we value the unique experience, training, and work ethic that veterans and active reservists bring to our team,” said CEO Steve Kelley.
At J&J, veterans support the Defense Health Agency’s mission at some of the most complex military medical treatment facilities around the world, including Brooke Army Medical Center, the Department of Defense’s only Level 1 Trauma Center; and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the president’s hospital.
Wadsworth, a Navy veteran and J&J regional manager, shares his military experience on the show.
“I think the values that I learned and cultivated in the military align very well with the corporate values of J&J,” he said. “Their tagline is ‘We Serve Heroes.’ This is a company that is focused on that mission and reaching that vision.”
J&J also provides 24/7 services with support from highly skilled tradesmen and women, to include electricians, HVAC mechanics, stationary engineers and housekeepers, who focus on infection control and are dedicated to keeping facilities clean and operational.