Leadership

Kimberley Hayes Co-Founder

As a disabled Army veteran, I know firsthand the challenges that our wounded veterans face when trying to return to civilian life.

John Condon Co-Founder

As a 26-year Navy-Marine Corps Veteran who saw action in Viet Nam and Lebanon and, more particularly, as a Service Disabled Veteran, I have a special place in my heart for ALL Veterans. I am highly motivated to do everything possible to help reduce the number of suicides in our Veteran Community.

Jeri Epstein Executive Director

Our Veterans Transition Centers centers bring together rehabilitation, continuing education, job training and job placement services in one place. Our regional centers help veterans and their families to build a strong, self-sustaining unit. Our goal is to enable good health and success for veterans and their families. We take people from where they are, to where they need to be.

OUR ADVISORS

Hal Newman Advisor

I have had the enormous privilege of serving communities in both the United States and Canada as a firefighter/paramedic – and as a community care paramedic. Throughout the course of my career I was lucky to work shoulder-to-shoulder with many veterans – and active-duty military personnel. I have always believed we can and must do

Brian Mitchell Advisor

My father was in the military for 20 years and always taught me to honor and respect the men and women of the military. When I got this opportunity to help them out, I jumped at the opportunity to help those that helps us.

Joanelle Mulrain Advisor

Commitment to a cause is more than dedication. It’s a promise of loyalty to and personal duty for that cause. My cause is to help Veterans and their families transition physically and mentally after military duty back into a new place of comfort and community by connecting them to programs and services that can make

Rory Murray Advisor

I am a Marine Corps infantry veteran who served in the Iraq Campaign (Fallujah 2005). For me, transitioning back to the “civilian world” after fighting in war was very difficult. There were a few bumps in the road, but in the end I’ve learned to live a very happy life. It is my goal to

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