CEO & President of Knowledge Services Receive ‘Friends of West Point’ Recognition

Published on May 15, 2024
by Haley Glover

Knowledge Services’ CEO, Julie Bielawski, and President, Joe Bielawski, were honored with induction as Friends of West Point members by the United States Military Academy (USMA) on Thursday May 9, 2024. This recognition honors those individuals who support the mission, goals, and ideals of the United States Military Academy. All inducted members have actively upheld and implemented the USMA belief of Duty, Honor, and Country. 

The USMA expressed deep appreciation for Joe and Julie’s extensive community involvement, recognizing their unwavering commitment to supporting the next generation of leaders. Notably, they have hosted numerous leadership and ethics conferences for youth at Knowledge Services’ headquarters, providing valuable mentorship and guidance to aspiring young minds. Additionally, Joe and Julie have demonstrated their profound respect and gratitude for active military personnel, veterans, and first responders through various initiatives within their business endeavors, reflecting their dedication to serving those who serve others. 

In response to receiving this esteemed award, Joe & Julie expressed their heartfelt gratitude to first responders and members of the United States military.

“We are so grateful and thrilled to be part of a community that gives so much. There is nothing more important than being able to serve those who also serve us.” – Julie Bielawski, CEO of Knowledge Services

In humble acceptance of this recognition, Joe & Julie Bielawski received a Friends of West Point certificate, symbolizing their commitment to the ideals upheld by the USMA. Additionally, they were presented with a 2-year subscription to West Point magazine and a lapel pin, tokens of appreciation for their generous impact on the community and dedication to supporting the mission of the United States Military Academy.