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Exceeding All Expectations: A Journey of Adversity, Triumph and Eternal Optimism
We all have a role to play if we are to discover an effective means out of our collective global social crisis.

Ron S. Moultrie, founder and Advisory Board Chair for Resolute Strategic Services, wrote about his powerful personal story for Worth Magazine (September 16, 2020). Ron is the former Deputy of Operations for the National Security Agency (NSA). “Writing this story has been cathartic,” Ron writes. “My reluctance has been overtaken by a sense of moral obligation to embolden others to come forward.”

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BEYOND THE EXPECTED
Resolute is proud to share these stories of clients who are responding to the challenges of our time.

Complying With Social Distancing While Building Community.

It is critical we comply with CDC “Social Distancing” guidelines and the directives from state and local public officials. It is also critical for us to assist others who in the coming weeks and months will need our help.

A message from
Greg Goldner
Founder and CEO
Resolute Consulting
March 16, 2020

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The recent murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor are unacceptable.
Holding those accountable for their murders is only the starting point of what we need to do as a society. None of this is new…the issues of racism and injustice were embedded at the founding of our country and while progress has been made, clearly and tragically, not enough. Now is the time for systemic change, beginning with our leadership and institutions at the highest levels.

Only then can real change begin.

We look forward to playing our part.

– Greg Goldner