Bridging the Civil-Military Divide Discussion & Networking Event in Los Angeles, CA

Bridging the Civil-Military Divide:  How veterans and corporate America can navigate a world in transition to build meaningful lives, prosperous communities, and meet America’s national security challenges

What:  Roundtable lunch discussion with active duty military, members of Congress, retired senior military leaders, prominent veterans’ foundations, and corporate partners

When: 11:00am – 1:00pm on Sunday April 29th, 2018

Where: Los Angeles, CA

Sponsors:  Star Mountain Charitable Foundation (SMCF), Military Leadership Circle (MLC), Military and Veterans Appreciation Trust (MVAT) Foundation, and The Resurrecting Lives Foundation

Speakers included:

  • Matt Driskill of the Military Leadership Circle
  • Brett Hickey of the Star Mountain Charitable Foundation
  • Don Schwarz of the Military and Veterans Appreciation Trust
  • Dr. Chrisanne Gordon of the Resurrecting Lives Foundation

The discussion featured brief remarks from public and private sector leaders on policy and partnership solutions focused on:

  • Effective public/private partnerships which increase the leadership capacity of the U.S. Armed Forces
  • Investing in the lives of transitioning veterans and strengthening America’s communities
  • Veterans’ testimonials on lessons learned from navigating a successful transition out of military service
  • Government and industry’s role in fostering innovation to meet America’s national security challenges.

Registration for this event is closed.




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