Stu Grazier, a Navy pilot and entrepreneur who, along with his fellow service member, have amassed a portfolio of income producing properties and are building a business helping others earn money. Even more importantly, they are conducting business morally, ethically, and giving back to the veteran community in big ways.
Brian “Tosh” Chontosh is a decorated Marine with tales of heroism in battle to correlate with the medals he’s earned, but he doesn’t like to talk about those experiences. Instead, he focuses on what he’s learned and how he’s grown since his days on the battlefield. Who knows, you might learn and grow if you listen to Tosh’s story.
Robin stepped up years ago to help a friend in need and since that moment in 2006 she has continued to bridge the gap for military families in need. Hope For The Warriors provides comprehensive programs to service members, veterans, and their families to help them survive and thrive. Listen to learn more and Own Your Journey.
John Wayne Walding. His name give you an indication of the kind of man he is. Born on the 4th of July, raised by his grandparents while his parents were in prison, joined the Army on a whim, became a Green Beret, survived a devastating injury in combat and is continuing to lead humbly and honorably.
We’ve been a country at war since 2001, nearly 20 years. The support for those who have served is seemingly unwavering but, as we’ll learn from this episode, the focus may need to shift. Learn more about the documentary that should challenge us in our perspectives on supporting our troops both now and in the future.
Brian Calcagno from Team Rubicon found his purpose in the Army flying helicopters. But life after service was not as purpose driven until a wildfire reengaged his desire to serve. After volunteering with Team Rubicon he found his calling once again in service to others.
In this episode we talk with Dr. Mark Santow from the Providence Clemente Veterans Initiative and learn how the study of the humanities is changing the lives of some veterans in Rhode Island. Could this happen in your city? Listen to find out more. Make sure you listen to both parts of this episode.