We Are Ready To Help


Josie Beets

Co-Founder, MissionLicense

For the past decade, Josie Beets has put her extensive expertise in comprehensive problem solving, strategic communications, and regulatory frameworks to transform the landscape of licensing for mobile military spouses. Through her fight for common sense accommodations for military spouse attorneys, she discovered the overwhelming and often unfair licensing regimes across the country. She is passionate about helping people find ways to make licensing work with their mobile lifestyles.

Josie is a licensed attorney, a nonprofit executive, a wife and a mom. She has presented on licensing issues to the Department of Defense, the White House, the American Bar Association, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Her karaoke go-to song is “Fancy” by Reba McEntire, with “We Belong” by Pat Benatar in a close second. In other words, she used to be cool. You can find her on Twitter at @JosieBeets.


Libby Jamison

Co-Founder, MissionLicense

Libby Jamison has a decade of experience working in private, public sector, and non-profit roles focused on advocacy, problem solving, and strategic communications. She is committed to helping military spouses and others affected by overly-burdensome occupational licensing requirements break through the bureaucracy and build successful careers.

Libby is a proud Navy spouse, an attorney, and a serial volunteer. She currently volunteers as the chair of the San Diego Military Spouse Economic Empowerment Zone. Libby has presented on occupational licensing, military family issues, and working remotely to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Conference of Bar Presidents, Hire Heroes USA, and multiple podcasts. Libby believes that the secret to a happy life is cheese. You can find her tweeting about the Seahawks, occupational licensing reform, and cheese at @libbyslemonade.