Command Council Welcomes Three New Members

Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services has announced three new members to our Command Council.  “Today, I’d like to welcome our newest members of the Command Council – Carol Khoury, Leon Mangum, and Frank Gaudio”, announced our Chairman, David Sutherland, during our Dixon Center Muster on 3 January 2023. Each year we attempt to add someone new to our command council. This year we’ve added three new members.Dixon Center Command Council serves as an advisory board. The members work with our leadership and provide advice on matters that directly concern programs and fundraising efforts.Carol Khoury is currently The Fedcap Group’s Chief Financial Officer; Leon Mangum is a Retired US Army Staff Sergeant and the recipient of the 2022 Michael “Mick” Yauger Point Man Award; and Frank Gaudio is a Charitable Foundation Subject Matter Expert. All three have been passionate advocates for veterans and their families, as well as staunch supporters of Dixon Center.“These appointments speak to their passion, integrity and longtime friendship. Their fresh ideas and backgrounds will provide new perspectives.” – COL David Sutherland, US Army (Ret.)


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