Marine Corps Officer (Ret) Inspirational Speaker
Wisconsin Military Veterans Chamber of Commerce


Dr. Jean Marie Pyzyk has been providing learning solutions to customers, across multiple industries, since 2001. Before forming JM George Consulting | Learning and Development company, Jean worked as a Sales Trainer for Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Wisconsin; designed on line training modules for a Fortune 100 financial company as a Learning and Development Consultant, and as a second career taught high school English and Speech, where she remains a licensed Department of Public Instruction secondary teacher and principal. Dr. Pyzyk is passionate about the importance of lifelong learning and the value of developing employees to their full potential. Her clients know her as someone who is very skilled at competently assessing needs and designing professional workshops that are both engaging and relevant. Jean's passion for continuous learning drives her to always seek new ideas, concepts, and methods to enhance her professional skills. As a lifelong learner, Dr. Pyzyk also teaches part-time as an adjunct instructor at Carroll University located in Waukesha, Wisconsin. 


Major Jean Marie Pyzyk (Ret.) served with the United States Air Force Reserve for 25 years, beginning her military career in 1984 as an Airman Basic (Medic). In 1991, Major Pyzyk accepted a commission as a Medical Service Corps Officer, and was Honorably Discharged from the U.S. Air Force in 2008. Major Pyzyk deployed multiple times with her unit and graduated from the Department of Defense Air University School during her military career. In addition, she served as a Medical Service Corps Officer overseas in support of Operation Desert Storm (1991), and as an Executive Officer to a C-130 flying unit Commander during Operation Iraqi Freedom (2004). Her passion for serving others-before-self continues as Major Pyzyk volunteers to serve on the 128th Air National Guard Community Council; for the past 18 years has flown to W.D.C. to work as a Protocol Officer during the National Memorial Day Concert; and dedicated her 2017 doctorate dissertation to the research of 25 National Guard members and reservists (from 4 branches of service) transitioning from a post-9/11 deployment to the civilian workplace. Major Pyzyk is a member of Harley-Davidson's Legion Post 400, the Reserve Officers Association (ROA), Veteran of Foreign Wars (VFW), and the Wisconsin Military Veterans Chamber of Commerce. 


As a professional educator and facilitator of both soft skills and technical training programs, Dr. Pyzyk's higher education includes:

Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Adult, Continuing, and Higher Education Leadership (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

Master's degree (M.S.) Administrative Leadership (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

Master's degree (M.Edu.) Adult Education, and a Department of Public Instruction teaching license (Carroll University)

Bachelor's degree (B.S.) in Speech Communication (University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh)

Most important . . . Dr. Pyzyk's practical life skills were obtained from collaborating with colleagues in the field of business, as well as teaching in both public high schools and at a university, along with 25 years of military service. 

National Memorial Day and 4th of July Concerts


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