From Special Ops to Serving Argonaut Clients

Argonaut Manufacturing Services is proud to announce the recent honor bestowed on our very own Client Services Manager, Matt Curran. Matt has recently transitioned from the elite Marine Corp Raiders community. To assist in his transition from the Special Operations Forces, he was accepted into The Honor Foundation’s Transition Readiness Institute. Matt was chosen by The Honor Foundation’s faculty as Valedictorian of his Group 11 cohort. He was bestowed this great honor because he best represented The Honor Foundation’s mission, culture and vision.

Matt (left) being congratulated by Argonaut’s CFO, Patrick Yount (right), after receiving the award.

“Matt’s propensity towards learning and hunger for feedback stood out, and will make him an excellent addition to the team at Argonaut Manufacturing Services,” said Philip Dana, Chief of People Operations at The Honor Foundation. “Matt will continue to aid in the development and transition for future Fellows and continue living a purpose driven life.”

The Honor Foundation is a Transition Readiness Institute designed for members of the Navy SEAL and Special Operations Forces community. Once accepted into the program, individuals experience 120 hours of in-class executive education and 30 hours of capstone work through a structured mix of lectures, workshops, and business simulations facilitated by top MBA faculty alongside coaches, mentors, and executives-in-residence.

Supporting the veterans of our U.S. military, that have done so much for the United States, is profoundly important to Argonaut. Matt is an incredible person and on behalf of all of us at Argonaut, we are so proud to have Matt as a member of our team,” said Wayne Woodard, Argonaut Manufacturing Services CEO. “Matt will bring his 20+ years of service to Argonaut and will apply his exceptional drive and focus to his role in serving our clients.”

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