Chuck Vollmer is a welcome addition to SNVC’s Board of Directors. His deep expertise in information technology and national security makes him an invaluable source of council when charting the strategic course of our company.

Mr. Vollmer is the founder and President of Jobenomics LLC, a company dedicated to developing a National campaign to create 20 million new US private sector jobs by 2020. His book, Jobenomics, was released in September 2010. Jobenomics community-based business incubator initiatives have commenced in numerous states (PA, NY, MA, FL, HI).

Mr. Vollmer is also the founder and President of VII Inc. (, a strategic planning, systems engineering and investment capital firm specializing in government and business initiatives. VII’s clients include major international government agencies and corporations. VII Capital Partners specialized in financing emerging businesses, and he is the cofounder of the following emerging companies: VII Enterprise Solutions, LLC, an information technology corporation; Southbridge Development Group, an education and training center in Massachusetts; VII BioFuels, a venture with a European biofuels corporation that implements turnkey plants; and Deployable GeoShelters that manufactures low
cost shelters for humanitarian operations.
He is on the Board of the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy: an organization dedicated to peacemaking via a network of religious leaders and diplomats; the Combat Soldier’s Recovery Fund, which provides financial aid to wounded veterans; and several national business networks.

From 1991 to 1996, Mr. Vollmer 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 stateowned industries to private enterprises. He was a cofounder of the Community Learning and Information Network: a distance‐learning corporation that has installed several hundred sites across America.

From 1985 to 1991, he founded and was the Vice President/General Manager for General Dynamics new business and high‐technology organization, called the Defense Initiatives Organization. In this capacity, he founded a dozen new organizations including a Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance System that was used extensively in Operation Desert Storm, a Strategic Defense Initiative Division, and a Diamond Film Development Company involved in growing synthetic diamond substrate material for electronic systems. Within three years, he captured over a quarter of a billion dollars of contract awards. Prior to this, Mr. Vollmer was GD’s Director of Strategic Planning and Operations Analysis when GD was a Fortune 50 company and the world’s second largest aerospace corporation.
From 1979 to 1985, he was a senior engineer at McDonnell Douglas and was on the initial design teams of F‐15E and Stealth aircraft. As a marketing director, he was largely responsible for the $32 billion sale of the F‐15E to the USAF.
Mr. Vollmer served 10 years active duty 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 six Distinguished Flying Crosses and eleven Air Medals. Mr. Vollmer received a B.S. degree in Engineering Management from the USAF Academy in 1969, a Masters Degree in Education from Northern Arizona University in 1976, and attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School for Senior Executives in 1987. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Trish Eagan, from Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Their son is the President of VII Enterprise Solutions, LLC.

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