The link between all internal and external aspects of an organization is the business development manager. All too often, the responsibility of a business development manager is defined as the dominant force that drives an organization to the right or wrong direction. As such, a qualified business development manager must oversee the management of all departments in the organization. Ronald Fowlkes is one business development manager who has single-handedly managed to walk Eagle Industries Limited through all the murky challenges in the industry. Before he joined Eagle Industries Limited, he worked in various corporations. Let us get a glimpse of his career journey.
Ronald Fowlkes resides in Missouri. At Eagle Industries Limited, he handles the law enforcement department as well as commercial products corporation. Always working with over 150 sales professionals, Fowlkes is not only a qualified team leader but also a pacesetter in his own way. Of course, while working here, he is the mastermind in every aspect of operation as he is in charge of educating the salespeople as well as selecting suitable products that clients may need in their next purchase.
Initially, Ronald Fowlkes worked at the famous JIEDDO. He was in Iraq’s umbrella and was put in charge of defense as an active contractor to the United States Army. Fowlkes was also in charge of infantry operations and the mounting then dismounting at the combat zone. Moreover, Fowlkes has vast experience in instructing military personnel through tactical operations, hostage rescue and post-blast analysis. As such, he provided lessons on tactical questions and evidence collection.
For 13 years, Mr. Fowlkes worked for the department of law enforcement. Out of these years, Fowlkes spent ten years at the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department while three were spent at the St. Louis County Police Department. While working at the HRT Team of St. Louis Metropolitans Department, he earned certification to work as an instructor in charge of defensive tactics warfare tactics, shoot house as well as tactical rifle.
While working for the department, Fowlkes was in charge of high-risk entities. Therefore, controlled about 240 teams every year and oversaw barricades management as well as hostage incidents. Besides, he managed the management and arrest of people who used illegal weapons, gang activities, drug trafficking, and violence.
Between 1989 and 1993, Mr. Fowlkes was a dedicated member of the United States Marine Corps. On two occasions was he promoted following his vast expertise in team building. Also working as a soldier at the First Gulf War, he received extensive training from the school of Marine Corps Infantry.
For training, Fowlkes attended Combat Driver School and Parachute School. That is how he earned his way into the industry. While training Mr. Fowlkes garnered vast experience in life skills and parachute operations.