There is an epidemic of disconnection between our Nation’s veterans and the American public. Many have voiced this concern, including Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward, who has written books about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the impact of this disconnection.
At Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services, we believe it’s crucial to the future of our country to change that. Our leadership is defeating the epidemic of disconnection by sharing influence, ideas, and actions.
Despite the pandemic, our team of experts have been participating in speaking engagements assisting organizations, communities concerned for the well-being of our veterans and their families. For example, our chairman was the keynote speaker during the 20th anniversary commemoration of 9/11 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and is scheduled to speak during multiple Memorial Day and Independence Day Weekend events in five states.
Our president has been the keynote speaker and a panelist during several community events and is scheduled to speak during multiple summer celebrations across the nation.
Our VP of Programs and Services, besides hosting our Service Before Self podcast, participated in several Veterans Workforce Development graduations and is scheduled to speak during upcoming conferences about solutions enabling veterans and their families to succeed where they live.
These events are critical to ensure we use our expertise to inspire, inform and influence your audience.
Check out Speaking Engagements on our website if your organization would like to leverage our knowledge, expertise, and leadership by having a member of the Dixon Center team speak at one of your events.
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