Each week on “5 Minute Salute,” our host, Dan Bean, talks to veterans who have successfully transitioned from active duty to the business world. This week, Dan Bean sat down with Isaiah Williams from The Kulture Network, LLC.

After serving in the army for near 4 years, Isaiah attended Jacksonville University and majored in Accounting/Finance. Now, currently working for a medical supply distribution company, Isaiah has started his own company about promoting financial literacy.

To learn more, email Isaiah at iwilliams@thekulture.net.

What Branch of Service where you in and for how long?: The Army and was in for just under 4 years.

After your service ended, how did you spend your time? Did you go back to school? Immediately enter the private sector?: Had already started filling out college applications during the transition. Was accepted prior to getting out and ended up spending about 6 months traveling to see family before I started school.

What has been your career after your service came to an end?: Went to JU for 5 year majoring in Accounting & Finance & now I work for a medical supply distribution company.


This episode of “5 Minute Salute” is sponsored by The Fire Watch, Northeast Florida’s fight to end veteran suicide. They are uniting our War Fighters and allies to swiftly activate local assets, stand watch, and build a life-saving network. To date, no city, county, or state has systemically reduced its veteran suicide rate. This effort is the first of its kind in the country. To learn more, visit https://www.thefirewatch.org