MedTechVets Featured at the 2018 MedTech Conference

MVPvets Featured at the 2018 MedTech Conference

President George W. Bush Honors MVPvets Veterans and Mentors

October 4, 2018:  In case you missed it, AdvaMed featured MedTechVets at their 2018 MedTech Conference last week in Philadelphia.  Some of the MedTechVets’ veterans and mentors in attendance at the conference were invited to meet with President George W. Bush, keynote speaker at the MedTech Conference, who graciously provided them with an autographed copy of his book Portraits in Courage – A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors.

43rd President of the U.S. George W. Bush and AdvaMed CEO Scott Walker; INSET: the MedTechVets team at the MedTech Conference.

Workshop Focuses on Industry Careers

Jayson C. Gilberti, MedTechVets’ CEO and Army veteran, listens to Chris Donigan, Sr. VP of HR at B. Braun and Air Force veteran, speaking about his perspective on effective career transition.

Veterans from the Pennsylvania and New York area attended the MedTechVets conference session to learn more about Medical Devices/Technology and the diverse array of careers this fast-growing industry generates.

Veterans Network with Mentors and Company Reps

Mentors, from a variety of companies, provided insight via a panel presentation on the challenges they faced when personally transitioning from the military into the civilian workplace. These same individuals, in addition to other mentors, also made themselves available to those attending by answering questions about job search strategies and career opportunities their own companies offer.

Sponsors and Supporting Companies Back MVPvets

Abiomed, BD, Accenture, B. Braun, AdvaMed, Johnson & Johnson, and Minnetronix, were among those vocal in their support of MVPvets at the MedTech Conference.

Alex Gorsky, Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson and Army veteran (Right) talks with Derek Herrera, CEO and founder of Spinal Singularity, and Marine Corps veteran.

MedTechVets Video Showcased

The updated MedTechVets video (with an emphasis on medical technology to coincide with the MedTech conference) acted as the introduction to President George W. Bush. This video provides a great overview to MedTechVets. If you haven’t seen it yet, you’ll want to watch it here.



MedTechVets inspires veterans to consider a career in the medical device and life science industry, and learn more about the job functions and skills needed for a smooth transition.

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