Jim Nuttall, Former Army Nat’l Guard No. 2 Lead, Joins AtHoc’s Strategic Advisory Board

Maj. Gen. Jim NuttallJim Nuttall, a retired U.S. Army major general and former deputy director of the Army National Guard, has joined AtHoc as a member of its Strategic Advisory Board.

“General Nuttall’s counsel and guidance, based on his vast experience, will be of tremendous value as we look for ways to improve the support we provide to the National Guard in both their critical state and federal missions,” AtHoc CEO Guy Miasnik said Wednesday.

Nuttall, a four-decade military veteran, has also served as deputy commander of the First U.S. Army and is a recipient of the Army Distinguished Service, Legion of Merit and Meritorious Service Medals.

He holds degrees from the Salve Regina University, the United States Army War College and the National Defense University.

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