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Bill Lockwood

Program Director
Wounded Warrior Careers Demonstration, National Organization on Disability

Bill Lockwood

Mr. Lockwood leads the National Organization on Disability Wounded Warrior Careers program. He joined the Wounded Warrior Careers program in 2010. Prior to joining NOD his career includes work in Human Resources, Career Development, Training and Operations. He most recently served as Regional Director of Human Capital Consulting for TriNet Employer Group, prior to that his career includes positions as Director of Consulting Operations for Strategic Programs, Inc., a Denver based Human Resources research and analysis firm; Director of Human Resources for Trust Company of America; Consultant and Vice President of Information Services with America’s Job Networks, a national career consulting and outplacement firm; and in Human Resource and Training and Development positions with Titanium Metals Corporation (TIMET) and Jeppesen Sanderson, Inc.
Mr. Lockwood retired from the U.S. Army as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1996. He began his military career as an Infantry Platoon Leader in Germany. After his first tour he attended flight school and served in Air Cavalry and Attack Helicopter units and as Commander, Headquarters and Service Company, 214th Attack Helicopter Battalion. Mr. Lockwood served in the J-3 Current Operations of the Pacific Command. He also served as a course author and instructor in the Department of Joint and Combined Operations Army’s Command and General Staff College. His final assignment was in J-5 Strategy Branch of the European Command.
Mr. Lockwood earned his undergraduate degree in History from the University of South Dakota and a Master’s of Military Art and Science in History from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. His military education includes: Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, Rotary Wing Officer Course, AH-1S Qualification Course, Combined Arms and Services Staff School, Joint Staff Officer course, and the Command and General Staff College.