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    AmeriCorps National Members Assigned to Call to Service Corps Consortium Member Organizations  

    Katherine Bell is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to Operation Homefront (MD) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Public Relations Specialist, Katherine writes and edits copy for publication of information on behalf of Operation Homefront programs. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Katherine held positions in communications with Gold Circle Films. She also tutored college students in English and writing. Katherine holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Tennessee. Her father served in the United States Navy.

     

    Jennifer DeVanna is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to Operation Homefront (TX) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Programs Assistant, Jenny assists in developing casework in response to client requests for emergency aid. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Jenny held positions in counseling, case management and education with Cornell Abraxas and United Healthcare. She holds a Master of Public Health degree from University of Alaska Anchorage. As a military spouse, Jenny is an active member of the Spouses' Club of the Fort Sam Houston Area.

     

    Karen Guzman is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to Operation Homefront (TX) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as an Operation Homefront Villages Assistant, Karen organizes special events for the families at each of the three Village sites; researches resources in the communities surrounding each of the three Villages, to include schools, churches, and community programs; prepares resource binders that will be located in each apartment for families as they move into their apartments; researches and finds resources for families as needs arise for individual families; develops a system for preparation of resident profiles of each family transitioning into each Village; creates, reviews, and edits Standard Operating Procedures for the Village program; and establishes volunteer recruitment and retention programs for each Village. Karen holds an associate's degree in pre-nursing programs from San Antonio College.

     

    Zachary Knitter is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to the National Military Family Association (VA) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as a Government Relations Associate, Zachary assists organization staff in explaining the practical effects of already-passed laws on military servicemembers and families. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Zachary held research positions at the University of Chicago and the University of Virginia. He also volunteered for U.S. Senator Patty Murray and served as a research assistant at the National Defense University. Zachary holds a Master of Arts in the Social Sciences from the University of Chicago. He is the son and grandson of veterans.

     

    Melissa Macias is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to USA Cares (KY) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Family Resource Coordinator for the Combat Injured program, Melissa assists veterans in accessing USAC's financial assistance grants to help overcome financial hardships incurred due to treatment for PTSD, TBI and/or military sexual trauma. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Melissa held a position in the New York National Guard. She holds a bachelor's degree in wellness management with a minor in health science and an associate's degree in Criminal Justice. Melissa is a veteran having served in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom with the 10th Mountain Military Police Battalion.

     

    Nate Parsons is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to National Military Family Association (VA) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as a Government Relations and Volunteer Services Associate, Nate works to enhance outreach to military servicemembers, families, and veterans, by researching issues affecting military families, as well as creating content for Association publications, and other Association resources. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Nate held positions in higher education administration with the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University. He has served on the Board of Directors of UCM: Center for Spiritual Growth and Social Justice, a small non-profit in Athens, Ohio. Nate holds a bachelor's degree in political science and in French from Ohio University. His grandfather and uncle are veterans.

     

    Di'Andra Price is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to Operation Homefront (MD) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as an Operation Homefront Villages-Gaithersburg Assistant, Di'Andra helps to provide resources and support for military families in the Maryland OH Village. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Di'Andra held positions in retail with DSW and Petsmart. She provided community service with Mission of Mercy. Di'Andra holds a Master's degree in human services from Hood College. Di'Andra's grandfather is a World War II veteran.

     

    Molly Shapiro is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to Operation Homefront (MD) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Special Events Coordinator, Molly assists the Director of Special Events in supporting direct service and morale events organized and delivered by Operation Homefront chapters. She holds a bachelor's degree from Providence College. Molly has a grandparent that is a veteran.

     

    Amanda Sherek is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to Operation Homefront (TX) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Morale Programs Assistant, Amanda works to lift the spirits of and provide practical, social and recreational support to military families facing multiple deployments and injury recovery. She holds a Juris Doctor from Baylor University School of Law. Amanda has a grandparent, uncles and aunts that are veterans.

     

    Vickie Starr is an AmeriCorps National member assigned to Operation Homefront (TX) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Programs Assistant, Vickie conducts client casework and processes applications according to Standard Operating Procedures. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Vickie was a teaching assistant at Midwestern State University. She has held positions of management with Macon Citizens for the Handicapped, Ingles, and Dollar General Corp. She holds a Master's degree from Midwestern State University. Vickie served in the United States Air Force, and was activated for Operation Desert Storm while a member of the Mississippi Army National Guard. Also, her son is a veteran.

    AmeriCorps VISTA Members Assigned to American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project

     

    La Toya Allen is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Volunteers of America of Indiana (IN) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Volunteer and Community Outreach Assistant, La Toya coordinates new and existing veteran serving volunteers and volunteer-led projects, programs, and developing community outreach to increase number of veterans and their families participating in programs and services. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, La Toya held positions in life sciences, education, social, and human services. She is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and does volunteer work for this organization. La Toya has held a summer VISTA assignment with Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation working with Pathfinder Services Inc. She is a rehabilitation and mental health graduate student at the University of Saint Francis of Fort Wayne, IN.

     

    Megan Barnett is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Volunteers of America of Indiana (IN) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Volunteer and Community Outreach Assistant, Megan recruits and coordinates volunteers to assist with regular programming at Brandon Hall. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Megan held positions in service with Cardon and Associates and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. She holds a bachelor's degree in nonprofit management from Indiana University.

     

    Teena Blaydes is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Team Rubicon (CA) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Palantir Technician, Teena aids in further developing and training for the analytics software used in Team Rubicon's domestic disaster response operations. Teena studied computer science at Kishwaukee College, but instead chose a path to serve alongside veterans in disaster relief and emergency management.

     

    Holly Clemens is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Maryville Housing Authority through Tennessee's Community Assistance Corporation (TN) and the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Veterans Coordinator, Holly develops and implements resources to mobilize volunteers, and organizes and oversees activities for all veteran residents of the Broadway Towers Development. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Holly held positions in the health care industry with Independent Opportunities, Inc., Care Focus, and Helping Hands Home Assistance. She previously served as an AmeriCorps State member through the Community Cares program. Holly holds a high school diploma from Heritage High School in Maryville, TN. Her brother and great-uncle are veterans.

     

    Shane Cooke is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Code of Support Foundation (VA) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as a Communications and Outreach Specialist, Shane develops the communications architecture for the Code of Support Foundation. This includes developing an e-blog and quarterly newsletter, creating an online support forum for active and retired military personnel and their families, managing social media for the foundation and planning and implementing various community outreach events. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Shane held positions in various organizations such as Bridging-the-Gap, Student Athlete Mentorship Program, Fauquier County Soccer Club, and the Special Olympics. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Virginia. Shane is the son and grandson of veterans.

     

    Kristi Farmer is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to American Printing House for the Blind (KY) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Veteran Outreach Coordinator, Kristi conducts outreach to veteran service organizations, VA hospitals and military nonprofits offering products to assist blind and visually impaired veterans and their families. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Kristi held positions in youth counseling and education for organizations such as Maryhust, The YMCA, Bonner Scholars and The Center for Courageous Kids. She holds a bachelor's degree in biology from Lindsey Wilson College. Kristi is the granddaughter of a veteran.

     

    Alex Flower is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Student Veterans of America (DC) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as Communications and Outreach Coordinator, Alex provides programmatic support for SVA's chapter services and works to coordinate the national institute, summits and conferences. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Alex held positions in the non-profit and public sector with organizations such as Eisenhower Fellowships, Eisenhower National Historic Site, and the U.S. Attorney's Office. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from Temple University. Alex's grandfather and great-uncles served in World War II.

     

    Jackie Gilliam is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Kingsport Housing Authority through Tennessee's Community Assistance Corporation (TN) and the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as a Veterans Coordinator, Jackie develops and implements resources to mobilize volunteers, and organizes and oversees activities for all veteran residents of the Kingsport Housing Authority. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Jackie was the program director for the VA Grant and Per Diem Homeless Veterans Program at the Salvation Army in Kingsport.

     

    Carolina Giraldo is  an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Impact Broward (FL) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Veterans Helping Veterans Program Specialist, Carolina is responsible for recruiting mentors and mentees, being a liaison between the program and veteran organizations in the community and ensuring that present partners continues with their commitment to the program. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Carolina held positions as a site teacher for Champions Extended Day Program and head camp counselor for the Greater Hollywood YMCA Family Center. She also served as member in the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) FEMACorps. Carolina holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Central Florida.

     

    Kathleen Hector is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to The Mission Continues (MO) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Communications Coordinator, Kathleen manages and develops marketing content to promote TMC programs. She holds a Bachelor of Journalism from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

     

    Kelsey Hill is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Student Veterans of America (DC) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as a Chapter Outreach Coordinator, Kelsey is responsible for providing programmatic support for SVA's chapter services for the purpose of building their capacity to support veterans seeking higher education. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Kelsey held an AmeriCorps National position in Camphill Soltane, living and working with people with special needs in developing their academic, vocational and personal capacities. Additional service work includes time spent with the U.S. Veteran's Initiative developing veteran's job search skills, and with Live Green helping to build a local 'green' economy in the D.C./Metro area. Kelsey holds a bachelor's degree in cultural anthropology from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is a proud son, brother, nephew, grandson and cousin to both veterans and active duty servicemembers.

     

    Jasmine Johnson is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Team Rubicon (CA) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Technical Writing & Template Designer, Jasmine produces visually compelling publications and ensures all published documents have a consistent voice and feel. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Jasmine held community outreach positions working as a tutor with Child Empowerment Services and a case manager with Girls 2000. She has also volunteered her time with several Bay Area organizations, including Bayview Hunter's Point National Night-out event, Seven Teepees Youth Program, and Hunter's Point Family. Jasmine is actively working toward obtaining her Associate of Business Administration from Santa Monica City College. She comes from a military background. Her late father was a retired Demolition Specialist with the United States Army. Her eldest brother is actively serving. Jasmine has two additional brothers who are both Navy veterans. A veteran of the United States Navy herself, Jasmine is a former Yeoman Second Class, Surface Warfare and Air Warfare qualified Petty Officer, with six years of service.

     

    Elizabeth Labbe' is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Points of Light (DC) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as Sign Up & Serve Coordinator, Elizabeth develops and implements training, technical assistance strategies, tools and resources to mobilize volunteers in service targeted to poverty alleviation by and for military servicemembers, veterans and their families. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Elizabeth held positions as a certified pharmacy technician and a help desk resolution center specialist at Walgreens stores and Walgreens Central Pharmacy Operations. She has served as an AmeriCorps member with City Year Washington, DC. Elizabeth holds an associate's degree in criminal investigations from Everest University and an associate's degree in liberal arts from Valencia College. She has family members serving in the military reserves.

     

    Sierra Lubahn is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the American Legion Auxiliary Department of Maine (ME) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a mission outreach program coordinator, Sierra enhances and expands the Auxiliary's programs and services to military and veteran families. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Sierra held positions in customer service and retail with Job Corps, Rescare Inc. and Fat Cat Coffee. She has volunteered with Key Club to raise awareness about literacy in schools and fundraising for World Vision to combat third world hunger. Sierra holds a Certificate in Accounting from Centennial Job Corps. She has relatives serving in the military.

     

    Olivia Obicheta is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to The Mission Continues (NY) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Strategy & Research Analyst, Olivia helps to develop, analyze and report internal program evaluation through surveys, focus groups and analytics. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Olivia held positions in the health and finance field with SUNY Downstate Medical Center as an Alzheimer's Patient Aide and the Bursar's Office of SUNY Albany as a Student Assistant. She holds a bachelor's degree in Africana studies and psychology from the State University of New York at Albany. 

     

    Jamie Stacy is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Code of Support Foundation (VA) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her position as the Warrior Family Support Network Program Manager, Jamie is responsible for fund development, program capacity building, communications, and volunteer management. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Jamie held positions in program development and coordination, research and writing, fundraising, and administrative support with organizations such as Siena College Academic Community Engagement, Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, and Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless. She has previously served as an AmeriCorps VISTA for the Siena College Summer Service Scholars Program. Jamie holds a bachelor's degree from Roberts Wesleyan College. Her uncle a veteran.

     

    Amber Stone is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Armed Services YMCA of Missouri(MO) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Program Coordinator, Amber works throughout Pulaski country and the state of Missouri to enhance the visibility of ASYMCA programs and develops resources for grants and additional funding. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Amber was a fellow with The Mission Continues. She was a medic in the United States Army. Amber is also a member of Warrior Writers, The Mission Continues Alumni and has volunteered hundreds of hours to various organizations upon discharge from active duty in January 2007. Also, both of her grandfathers are veterans.

     

    Julia Tivald is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Got Your 6 (DC) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Got Your 6 Campaign, Julia supports the campaign's mission to bridge the civilian-military divide and change the national conversation regarding veterans and military families. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Julia held positions in health policy at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Delaware. Julia is the granddaughter of a World War II veteran.

     

    Jennifer Troxell is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Blue Star Families (NC) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Membership & Volunteer Outreach Coordinator, Jennifer is responsible for maintaining and developing the volunteer structure of Blue Star Families. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Jennifer held positions in early childhood development with Family Morale, Welfare and Recreation. She holds a Master in International Relations from the University of Oklahoma. Jennifer is the grandchild, daughter, sister and niece of veterans.

     

    Adam Vatterott is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to The Mission Continues (MO) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as a Development Coordinator, Adam assists with maintaining the donor database, expanding fundraising operations, and assisting with the Veterans Day Gala and other special events. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Adam held a position as a volunteer grant writer with the grant writing program at the University of Missouri. He holds a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies and a grantsmanship certificate.

     

    Matt Wolding is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to The Mission Continues (MO) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as a Fellowship Coordinator, Matt is recruiting veterans and coordinating alumni and events. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Matt held positions in security with Allied Barton Security Services. He holds a bachelor's degree in law enforcement and justice administration from Western Illinois University. Matt is a veteran of the United States Navy. He is a life member of Veteran of Foreign Wars (VFW), Disabled American Veterans (DAV), The City of Aurora Veterans Advisory Council, President of Waubonsee Veterans Club, President of SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society Waubonsee Community College Chapter, Illinois Support All Veterans Equally (ISAVE), The Mission Continues Alumni Fellow and Student Veterans of America.

     

    Tyler Wright is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to Student Veterans of America (DC) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as a Student Veteran Success Corps and Outreach Coordinator, Tyler provides support to SVA's new employment initiative, Student Veteran Success Corps, through chapter and company outreach while also assisting in chapter development and recruitment. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Tyler held positions in hospital administration and supply logistics within the Naval Postgraduate Dental School (NPDS) located in Bethesda, Maryland. He holds a Master of Science in Administration concentrating in Public Administration through Central Michigan University. Tyler served as a Hospital Corpsman in the United States Navy from 2008 to 2013. He is a Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) through the Dental Assisting National Board, a Certified Allied Health Instructor (AHI) through American Medical Technologists, and a contributing member to the Medical Anthropology Students Association (MASA). Also Tyler's brother is a veteran.

     

    AmeriCorps VISTA Members Assigned to the Military and Veteran Collective Impact Initiatives

     

    Brian Faulds is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Community Blueprint at Volunteer Macon (GA) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his assignment as a Community Blueprint Organizer, Brian focuses efforts on increasing the number of volunteer projects focused on leveraging volunteerism to meet the needs of servicemembers, veterans and their families as well as serving and engaging veterans as volunteers. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Brian held positions with Daybreak / Depaul USA, The Savannah Diocese Pastoral Center, Northrop Grumman, Wells Fargo Armored Service, Lockheed Martin Middle East Services and the United States Air Force. He holds a bachelor's degree in public service-human services. Brian is a veteran of the United States Air Force. He has an active duty son, active duty daughter, and a veteran son and daughter-in-law. Brian is a member of and has experience with the Student Veterans Association of the Middle Georgia State University-Warriors to Scholars Program and is a regular volunteer at Daybreak Day-Shelter for the Homeless.

     

    Leslie Gilliams is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Community Blueprint at Fayetteville Urban Ministry (NC) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Military Community Organizing Specialist, Leslie organizes and facilitates Fayetteville Community Blueprint Network (FCBN) partners to better serve veterans, servicemembers and their families. Prior to joining the ALA Call of Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Leslie held positions in advocacy, early childhood development and youth mentorship with organizations such as the Fayetteville Urban Ministry, Child Development Centers in Camp Lejeune and Onslow County Teen Court Program. She holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice administration from Mt. Olive College and is pursuing a Master of Social Work from University of Sothern California. Leslie is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. As a wife, sister, niece and granddaughter, Leslie is connected to the United States Army, United States Air Force, United States Marine Corps and United States Navy.

     

    Barbara Hahn is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to American Red Cross South Florida Region (FL) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Community Blueprint Organizer, Barbara assists the Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces staff with outreach to military and veterans communities within the service area. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Barbara held positions in Health & Safety with The American Red Cross, Impact Broward, First Miami Securities and Bear Stearns & Co. She holds an academic High School Diploma and two years of college at Adelphi University.

     

    Holly Stout is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Military Officers Association of America (VA) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In her assignment as a Community Blueprint Specialist, Holly coordinates MOAA national level support and communications to current MOAA Community Blueprint sites. Holly holds an associate's degree from Monroe Community College. Her brother is a United States Army veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project Holly was a volunteer with the Veterans Outreach Center in Rochester, NY.

     

    Bill Sweeney is an AmeriCorps VISTA member assigned to the Community Blueprint at American Legion Auxiliary Unit 99 (NJ) through the American Legion Auxiliary Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project. In his second term of service as the Kearny VOICE (Veterans Outreach Information Community Education) Outreach Coordinator, Bill serves as a liaison with the local community and various regional veteran organizations to enhance the lives of veterans, military and their families. Prior to joining the ALA Call to Service Corps AmeriCorps Project, Bill held various management positions in the financial service industry with JPMorgan Chase. He is a member of Knights of Columbus. Bill holds a bachelor's degree from Rutgers University. He is a veteran of the United States Navy. Bill is a member of the Sons of the American Legion.


     

     

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