Ronald Fowlkes wears many hats, but his day job is serving as the Business Development Manager who is at the helm of its commercial and law enforcement products. Fowlkes offers in-depth training to 150 plus sales representatives who work for the company. He even manages product selection tasks. These product selec… Read More
Ronald Fowlkes wears many hats, but his day job is serving as the Business Development Manager who is at the helm of its commercial and law enforcement products. Fowlkes offers in-depth training to 150 plus sales representatives who work for the company. He even manages product selection tasks. These product selection tasks are for sales and development.
Fowlkes in the past worked for the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) during his time in combat serving with the Marines in Iraq. He was a contractor with the Department of Defense at the time. Fowlkes is extremely proud of the time he spent with the United States Navy-Marine Corps. Fowlkes had to handle all sorts of jobs. He worked on dismounted and mounted infantry processes. He focused on combat zones. Education was yet another big focus for Fowlkes during his time in the Middle East. He taught members of the military about tactical operations and how to proceed with them. He taught them about the rescuing of hostages. He even taught them about CQB (Close Quarter Battle) concepts. Fowlkes is a professional who understands the world of captured and detained persons in significant detail. He understands all there is to know about subjects including tactical questioning, evidence acquisition and post-blast assessments.
Fowlkes has a strong background in the law enforcement universe, too. He worked in the field for more than 13 years. He spent three years as an employee with the St. Louis County police department. He spent a decade working with the St. Louis Metropolitan police department as well. Ronald landed a crew leadership position back in 2003. That encouraged him to attain instructor status. He's an instructor with certifications in defense practices, tactical rifles and more.
Ronald Fowlkes worked as a United States Marine at the end of the eighties. He remained with the military organization for four full years. Fowlkes has a strong past that spans all types of careers. He truly loves his work now. He's been with Eagle Industries since the summer of 2008.
Though work often keeps him busy, he remains highly involved with his son's hockey team, sometimes coaching and always there to cheer on his team. Read Less