The Warriors Speak Program provides a platform for Wounded Warriors and Caregivers to share their courage and integrity with the public in the form of stories and experiences. The Warriors Speak Program provides training course ware to include tools, which assist in organizing returning Wounded Veterans as they compose presentations and communicate professionally.
The goal of the program is to aid the returning Wounded Warfighter in sharing stories of personal fortitude while empowering the community at large. For the Wounded Warrior and Caregiver Speaker, this results in post-separation adjustment and life skills where socialization, work and community re-entry is a success.
Relative to the Washington DC technology and military corridor, booking a Warrior or Caregiver Speaker will increase your local event presence through these inspired presenters who have overcome great circumstances and share positive journeys of faith, recovery, and sustainability of the human psyche. Truly uplifting, and engaging, as well as heartfelt and inspirational.
The Wounded Warrior Project, provides organizations with targeted media relations via local television, radio and newspublications. The Wounded Warrior Project will promote and market for program supports – publicizing the speakers by creating community buzz and awareness, which enhances your organization, event and attendees.
Size Does Not Matter
Events can be large or small – some Wounded Warriors and Caregivers prefer private arenas while others are open to large speaking engagements. The Wounded Warrior Project arranges pre- and post-gatherings where small audiences can meet with the Wounded Warrior or Caregiver speaker. Achieving the universal good is the common thematic here and who better to accommodate this objective than our Veterans and | or their Caregivers.
These empowerment sessions also make it possible for United States citizenry to provide private donations in order to assist the Wounded Warrior Project Public Speakers. Donations cover travel, lodging, and other amenities involved in sharing proactive stories of survival in a motivating manner.
joltleft.com extends our heartfelt thanks to all returning Veterans for their great service to our nation.
The WWE (Wounded Warriors Examiner) accepts subscribers and sponsors. WWE also welcomes story ideas; please contact Ms. Donna Quesinberry at [email protected] with suggestions and comments as well as post here on joltleft.com.
Feel free to visit the forthcoming Facebook, Twitter and YouTube complements to the WWE column.
joltleft.com also thanks the USO for partnering to present the USO on joltleft.com. The USO and Wounded Warrior Project are “two different” entities – the USO has provided a platform on the Examiner dedicated to the Wounded Warrior and works on projects to aid the returning Warfighter, which are severable and apart from the Wounded Warrior Project. Both are highly respected organizations supporting the United States Military Veteran and Wounded Warrior community as well as their children, spouses and caregivers.
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