AUBURN — Matt Leonard and Mark Cater will be the featured guest speakers at the Lewiston-Auburn Rotary Clubfrom noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, at The Village Inn, 165 High St.

Leonard is the founder and CEO of Military Talent Source, LLC. Military Talent Source (MTS) is a specialized firm that conducts military recruiting and veteran employment consulting as a full focus, matching talent with opportunity. They provide a personalized service to both separating military service members and corporate clients in order to match talent to specific opportunities in the civilian corporate sector.

He is a retired United States Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer with 21 years of service and former president and CEO of one of Maine’s largest chambers of commerce. Matt has a Master of Professional Studies in political management from George Washington University as well as several undergraduate degrees.

Mark Cater is a new Veteran Employment Consultant of MTS.

Cater’s experience includes affiliation with the Local Veterans Employment Representative Program, Disabled Veterans Outreach Program and the Maine Military Family Assistance Center, which assists military families of deployed service members and their families. Cater spent 26 years serving his country, being stationed at Fort Carson in Berlin, Germany and part of the Maine Army National Guard as an Active Guard Reserve (AGR).

He retired as the State Recruiting Sergeant Major (SGM). His volunteer work includes serving as past president of the Augusta Area Military Association. He continues as a member of the VFW and American Legion. Cater holds a master’s-level Human Resources Certificate, Bachelor of Science in multimedia visual communications and an Associate accreditation in business. Cater is also a 2017 graduate of Dale Carnegie Maine’s Skills for Success Course.

Reservations are not required at the luncheon.

FMI: 207-753-9040, [email protected], www.lewistonauburnrotary.org, www.facebook.com/lewistonmainerotary/.

Matt Leonard

Mark Cater


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