C-10 Podcast: Richard Myers, Ep. 15

General Richard B. Myers, with wife Mary Jo Myers, is thanked by President George W. Bush for his service. White House photo by Paul Morse.


This is a special episode. And a fascinating one as we talk with retired 4-star General and former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a Kansas City native and the current president of Kansas State University, Richard Myers. It’s particularly fascinating when hearing General Myers talks about leadership as someone who sat in the Oval Office countless times during a tumultuous time in our country’s history.

Joining host Matt Fulks this week is returning co-host Max Utsler, along with “C” You In The Major Leagues founder and Royals General Manager Dayton Moore, C-10 mentor and career U.S. Army officer George Norton, plus two of our C-10 students, Jared and Carmen.

We recorded this interview at the end of April so we don’t get into terribly much about how classes could look this fall at K-State or General Myers’ thoughts on today’s political climate amid the pandemic. As we promised you from the beginning of this podcast in May, though, you’ll get an incredible look into leadership…and this week it happens to be with the 15th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who’s won numerous awards including the Presidential Medal of Freedom. 



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