Chuck Vollmer

Chuck Vollmer

Founder & Author

Mr. Vollmer is the CEO of eCyclingUSA to recycle electronic waste and finance inner-city business generation efforts. He is also the author and founder of Jobenomics. Jobenomics, the book, deals with the economics of business, job, wealth, and tax revenue creation. Jobenomics, the national grassroots movement, has a goal of creating 20 million new US private sector jobs by 2020 (20 by 20). Jobenomics currently has a following of several million people. Jobenomics’ Proof-of-Concept Projects & Initiatives are highly scalable business creation efforts that can generate tens of thousands of new small, emerging and self-employed US businesses. Jobenomics projects and initiatives involve: community-based business generators, electronic-waste recycling, women-owned businesses, direct-care initiative, veteran-owned business, and direct sales businesses. In adddition, he is a frequent lecturer on the economy and business creation.

Since 1996, Mr. Vollmer has operated VII Inc., a strategic planning, systems engineering and investment capital firm specializing in government and business initiatives. VII’s clients include major domestic and international government agencies and corporations. VII also has helped innovators and entrepreneurs establish hundreds of small businesses. From 1991 to 1996, he was a Partner at Booz Allen & Hamilton. He organized and managed one of the largest US consortiums involved with industry privatization in the former Soviet Union. These consortiums accomplished the largest privatization effort in history, converting over 70% of state-owned industries to private enterprises. He was a co-founder of the Community Learning and Information Network, a distance-learning corporation that has installed several hundred sites across America. He was instrumental in establishing the National Automotive Center in Warren, Michigan. From 1985 to 1991, he founded and was the General Manager for General Dynamics (GD) new business and high-technology organization, called the Defense Initiatives Organization. He founded a dozen new organizations including a Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance System, a Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars) Division, and a Diamond Film Development Company. He also was the Director of Strategic Planning and Operations Analysis when GD was the world’s 2nd largest aerospace corporation. From 1979 to 1985, he was a McDonnell Douglas senior engineer on the initial design teams of F-15E and Stealth aircraft. As marketing director, he was largely responsible for $32 billion sale of the F-15E to the US Air Force.

Mr. Vollmer served 10 years in the USAF and 13 years with the Air National Guard. He accumulated over 3,000 hours in various fighter aircraft, flew 175 combat missions in Southeast Asia, and received 6 Distinguished Flying Crosses and 11 Air Medals. He received a B.S. degree in Engineering Management from the USAF Academy, a Masters of Arts Degree in Education from Northern Arizona University, and attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School for Senior Executives.

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