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Peter Sukits earned his B.S. in Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon University in 2006. He was a starting pitcher for the baseball team from 2002 to 2006, a Resident Assistant from 2004 to 2006, and a member of the Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity from 2004 to 2006. Peter Sukits' interest in military service led him to apply for an Army ROTC Scholarship.After earning his degree, Peter Sukits held several different positions at the Fort Bragg military base in North Carolina from March 2007 to March 2010. He served as a Fire Direction Officer, Platoon Leader, and Operations Officer. During this time, some of his accomplishments included achieving the highest possible score on the unit fire direction officer certification exam, creating a tracking system for $200,000 worth of equipment, and creating a digitized system that decreased weapons training plan time by 90%.From March 2010 to June 2011, Peter Sukits served as a Gunnery Instructor at Fort Sill military base in Oklahoma. In this position, he produced over 200 Army and Marine Corps artillery lieutenants with a perfect 100% student graduation rate every cycle. He also received recognition as a "Best Instructor" based on student performance and ratings.Peter Sukits is currently working on completing his MBA from the Samuel Curtis Johnson School of Management at Cornell University. A student in the managerial finance immersion program, he has received a Nolan Fellowship for his academic accomplishments. Peter Sukits is the Vice President of Corporate Events for the consulting club, a member of the Johnson Association of Veterans Public Speaking Club, a participant in the GE Case Competition Team, and a member of the Old Ezra Finance Club.

Work experience

Mar 2010Jun 2011

Gunnery Instructor

US Army

Instructed gunnery to new second lieutenants in the Army.

Instructed new Army and Marine Corps second lieutenants in manual and automated field artillery gunnery. Serve as a subject matter expert to field commanders. Serve as a role model for new officers.

  • Selected 3 years ahead of peers by brigade commander to instruct new artillery lieutenants
  • Achieved perfect 100% student graduation rate every cycle; a first for all Army and Marine Corps instructors; producing over 200 fully-qualified Army and Marine Corps artillery lieutenants
  • Awarded class “Best Instructor” out of 8 instructors, based on student performance and rating
  • Identified factors that led to premature detonation of ammunition, resulting in ammunition recall


Aug 2011Present


Johnson School - Cornell University

VP - Corporate Events, Consulting Club Johnson Association of Veterans Public Speaking Club Consultant - BR Consulting GE Case Competition Team Old Ezra Finance Club


Nolan Fellowship

Aug 2002May 2006


Carnegie Mellon University

Received Army ROTC Scholarship


Resident Assistant, 2004-2006 Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity, Founding Brother, 2004-2006 Army ROTC, 2002-2006


Carnegie Mellon baseball, 2002-2006, starting pitcher


College Honors, for senior honors thesis Distinguished Military Student Status