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Monthly Newsletter: October 2015





















           Message from Katherine McCary             CEO and Executive Director


National Disability Employment Awareness Month

The DC Metro BLN is celebrating NDEAM with 
Three Youth Career Fairs!

The DC Metro BLN needs YOU, as employers focused on disability inclusion, to support our October efforts to fulfill the promise made to young people with disabilities by the IDEA, the ADA and the ADAAA that will encourage and expect youth with disabilities to "work early and work often" because "the future needs everyone" (quoted from the National Youth Transitions Collaborative)

Thanks to all of you who attended and supported our Grand Slam Gala! Your contributions are most appreciated as we move ahead with our Youth Outreach. Please make a commitment of time and resources and participate in these three upcoming youth engagement events. 

NATIONAL VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR

for

College Students, Graduates, Veterans, Young Professionals & Job Seekers with Disabilities

Employer Career Booth

October 15, 2015

Noon- 4:00 PM Eastern

$250 per booth

(Small business & Non-profit $200)

On October 15, 2015, the DC Metro Business Leadership Network will partner with college and university career and disability services offices via COSD as well as Workforce Recruitment Program candidates, NTID and others across the US to host their second  “Virtual Career Day” for talented students/grads, veterans, job seekers and young professionals with disabilities. 

This unique virtual event will bring together more than 100 qualified job seekers looking for internships and career opportunities with hiring managers and recruiters from the BLN affiliates leading member organizations.  

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MORNING MENTORING

(High School Students)

Great Opportunity for ERG Members!

There is no charge to attend these events.  

Please contact Sue Werber Chair, Youth Committee for more details. 

Sue.Weber@ConsultC5.com  

Sponsored by the HSC Foundation, The Arc of Northern Virginia, Fairfax County Public Schools, Montgomery County Schools, DC Metro Business Leadership Network, SchoolTalk DC and TransCen, Inc.  

Unique, in-depth and hands-on introduction to employment for students with disabilities from Fairfax County, VA and Montgomery County, MD who are considering career and academic plans beyond their secondary experience.

Dates:      Tuesday, October 20, 2015  (VA) and Monday October 26, 2015 (MD)

Time:         10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Locations:    Click on an address to register!

 VA: 8350 Richmond Hwy., Alexandria VA 22309

 MD: Ivymount School, 11614 Seven Locks Road, Potomac, MD

Employer Activities with Students:

Facilitate a series of interactive activities with a group of seven to ten students related to the industry expertise of the employer and the ‘soft skills’ necessary to succeed as an employee.  We have created the activities and will provide you with all descriptions and instructions to facilitate the activity.  Our team will also be available to assist with facilitating at the event.  All necessary supplies for activities will be provided. A prep session will be provided in advance.

Lunch and First Job Discussion:  Employers, students, teachers and event organizers will engage in a dialogue about first job experiences, discuss lessons learned, and share our perspectives about first days on the job!

Exhibitor and Employer Fair:  Students will have the opportunity to visit exhibit tables, gather information, and talk with exhibitors and employers about potential employment and services that will assist students in successfully obtaining their first job.  This can include information about postsecondary education programs that are related to careers of interest or information on transportation options to maximize independence.      

Our hope is to provide students with an in-depth introduction to various industries, transition services, and skills needed to enter into their first employment experience. 

 We greatly appreciate your participation in our youth events!

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                    Disability@Work                                 FREE National Webinar Series


"Understanding Assistive Technology 

and Accommodations in the Workplace"

October 28, 2015                                                    11:30am – 1:00pm EST

Register


Subject Matter Experts, Michele Magana  and Eduardo Meza-Etienne will offer recommendations and guidelines to ensure a productive workforce, answer your burning questions regarding making effective Reasonable Accommodations, and share best practices and address myths and fears often associated with Assistive Technology. The session will include basic understanding accessibility under Section 508 as a means to encourage a level playing field with regards to applicants, employees and customers. 

"Business Strategies for Recruiting and Retaining 

Wounded Warriors" 

Ron Drach, DRACH Consulting

Denyse Gordon, CACI

Register 

November 4, 2015                                                    11:30am – 1:00pm EST


This session is designed to provide key strategies for your organization to improve recruitment and retention of a valuable veteran asset. Join the conversation and engage with these two veteran experts to learn how to build a better environment that will embrace our wounded warriors at work.

 


Programs

October 

"Back to the Future: The Why, What and How for Disability Inclusion" 

    

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Register

8:30 Registration and Networking                                                           9:00 - 12:00 Program

Fairview Park Drive

Falls Church, VA 22042

Keynote: Candee Chambers, DirectEmployers VP of Compliance & Partnerships

Candee will share insight from hundreds of DirectEmployer members on their disability inclusion journey from the "newly engaged" to the "robust and engaged". Lessons learned and best practices will be shared. 


November 

"Talent Acquisition & Employee Retention:

Leveraging All Employee Resource Groups

 for Disability Inclusion" 


          Thursday, November 19, 2015

Register

1801 K Street NW             Washington, DC 20036

8:30 Registration and Networking                                        9:00 - 12:00 Program

Why do companies need resource groups? There are four key reasons: recruitment, retention, talent development and market outreach. Organizations that have embraced ERGs have found themselves expanding these groups to include veterans and individuals with disabilities, in response to the OFCCP changes to Section 503 and 4212. There are often challenges associated with both – Self ID as one- and even more so, a need to integrate them with existing ERG’s. This session will be lead by Katherine McCary and DC Metro BLN member companies will share their successes and challenges.


Join or "Up" Your Membership Today

BECOME A MEMBER!

Join today!

DIAMOND EXECUTIVE MEMBER $5,000: Recognition as a Lead Employer on our Website, in all 12 Newsletters and at All Programs. Your organization will be prominently displayed in all our social media. As a Diamond Member, you may join the new DC Metro BLN Corporate Advisory Board.

GOLD EXECUTIVE MEMBER  $3,000: Recognition as a Lead Employer on our Website and for Six Newsletter Issues and six programs.

Each Executive Membership Level includes TWO full years of organizational membership (unlimited # of employees per organization). If you have already renewed for 2014, you will receive an additional two years of membership.

(Executive Membership is open to private sector corporate members only)

OTHER ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP LEVELS

  • Corporate/Organizational
  • Small Business
  • Non-Profit
  • Government
  • Individual

Need to Renew? 

Want to “Up” Your Membership Level or need an Invoice? Email us.


Thank you to Our Executive Members 












IN THE NEWS
Articles of Interest

USBLN Hands out Top Leadership Awards at Annual Conference 

Winners include Microsoft, AT&T, Wells Fargo, IBM and Capital One

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Oct. 2, 2015) - The US Business Leadership Network® (USBLN®) presented top awards on September 30, 2015 during the annual conference Leadership Awards in Austin, Texas. Recognition was given to six companies, an individual and an affiliate network for their outstanding commitment to and work in the disability inclusion community.

This year the USBLN expanded the Marketplace Innovator of the Year category to include two awards, one for a disability inclusive advertisement and one for product development.

The eight 2015 USBLN Leadership Award categories and winners are:

  • The John D. Kemp Leadership Award - Oswald "Oz" Mondejar, Senior Vice President, Mission and Advocacy for Partners Continuing Care, non-acute care services division of Partners HealthCare, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Affiliate of the Year - Wyoming's Uinta County Business Leadership Network
  • Advocate of the Year - Supply Chain Inclusion - Capital One
  • Supplier of the Year - Mark Ellson, Founder and CEO, Jemni, Inc.
  • Top Corporation for Disability-Owned Businesses - IBM
  • Marketplace Innovator of the Year, Disability Inclusive Advertisement Wells Fargo & Company
  • Marketplace Innovator of the Year, Product Development - AT&T
  • Employer of the Year - Microsoft
Download/read full article: [DOC | PDF]

National Disability Employment Awareness Month

NDEAM: A Milestone Month in a Momentous Year

Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor, Office of  Disability Employment Policy, Jennifer Sheehy, penned a blog for the ENDedpendence Center of Northern Virginia in which she reflects on the National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) theme for 2015, "My disability is one part of who I am." Says Sheehy, "To me, this theme encapsulates an important message: that people with disabilities are just that — people. And like all people, we are the sum of many parts, including our work experiences." She also discusses the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and its effect on the employment of people with disabilities.



Veterans Unemployment Update By the Numbers

Each month, the Veterans' Employment & Training Service (VETS) reviews data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to provide an overview of veteran & non veteran employment statistics. When compared to September 2014 the veterans unemployment rate continued to decline across almost all gender and age cohorts, and including across the vast majority of states.

Click here for the full report.

Employment Declines

After 11 months of job growth for Americans with disabilities, employment declines for the population, according to the National Trends in Disability Employment – Monthly Update (nTIDE), issued by Kessler Foundation and University of New Hampshire’s Institute on Disability (UNH-IOD). The news comes at the start of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, showing the need for more concerted efforts that support job opportunities and a diverse workforce.


RespectAbility USA Launches a 

National Leadership Program 


RespectAbility, a nonprofit organization working to empower people with disabilities (PwDs) to achieve the American dream, is delighted to announce that the  Stanford and Joan Alexander Foundation awarded a lead gift to create a new National Leadership Program.
 
“We are thrilled to have this new transformative support,” Jennifer Mizrahi, president of RespectAbility, said. “Thanks to Stanford and Joan Alexander, we will be able to launch the National Leadership program for young leaders with and without disabilities who are going into public policy, advocacy, journalism, public relations, and other leadership roles.”
 
Joan Alexander added, “We are pleased to help launch a program that will not only support and train young leaders, but will also raise awareness and make a significant impact on how our country views, respects, and includes people with disabilities.”

RespectAbility’s new National Leadership Program will attract college and graduate students as well as graduates with or without disabilities who wish to enter the disability advocacy field. The program will offer hands-on work experiences and coaching over a period of at least nine weeks in a supportive environment. Fellows participating in the National Leadership Program will learn public policy, advocacy, and strategic communications techniques from top professionals through hands-on work. In addition, they will gain leadership skills and develop a portfolio of contacts to help secure permanent employment.
 
“As Leadership Fellows gain skills and confidence via working on projects that enable RespectAbility to achieve our mission, we will help them evolve into stronger and even more articulate self-advocates and leaders – qualities that they will take with them into the workplace,” Mizrahi said. “It also is especially meaningful to me that this program support comes from the Alexanders as I was first inspired to work in this field professionally when I heard Joan Alexander and Linda Burger speak about their transformative work to establish disability support services and programs in Texas. This work blazed a trail for inclusion and acceptance of people living with disabilities. It seems like perfect symmetry that the Alexanders are now supporting a program that will seed the field with talented leaders who will have a positive impact on people with disabilities for decades to come.”
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The National Leadership Program will be structured to ensure that each participant receives opportunities to learn new skills, network, and gain direct experience. In addition to hands-on work experiences, all fellows will participate in special presentations by guest speakers and intensive strategic communications workshops. While the fellowship is unpaid, fellows will receive a transportation stipend, lunch, training, and personal mentoring. They will be supervised by a training/fellows director – a newly created position that will be funded by the project. This staff member will work with our president, Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi; as well as our policy team, led by Philip Pauli; our communications team, led by Lauren Appelbaum; our Jewish inclusion team, led by Shelley Cohen; and our development team, led by Hillary Steen. Mizrahi has led numerous high level training programs in the past for White House and Congressional staff, media, campaign, and non profit leaders.
National Leadership Program Director Sought
A new full-time professional training/fellows director for the National Leadership Program will focus on giving the fellows the professional work experiences and coaching they need to advance in their careers. They will be responsible for intensively supporting and mentoring fellows to teach them skills needed to succeed. As needed in a case-by-case basis, the director also will teach or organize trainings in writing skills and business language, Microsoft Office, workplace etiquette, resume building, networking, project and time management skills, and basic social media. Plus, the director will schedule events and meetings, and arrange guest speakers, tours, and other special events that have been a very successful element of RespectAbility’s Fellow Program to date. To learn about the position and apply, see HERE.
Moving to a New Facility
RespectAbility is delighted that this grant has enabled us to move to fantastic new office space on the first floor of a modern building that is near the metro in Rockville, Md., a suburb of Washington, D.C. The National Leadership Program will have space for two employment-related fellows, two Jewish inclusion fellows, two stigma-busting fellows, two development/grassroots fellows, and the manager of the program (nine team members in all), plus a conference room for training sessions.
Applications for National Leadership Fellows Sought
RespectAbility is looking for college-educated individuals who want to go into leadership positions in public policy, media, communications, and nonprofit management and service delivery. The program is designed for individuals who self-identify as having disabilities and/or people who may not have a disability themselves but plan to go into disability advocacy or services as a career. Each fellow must commit to a minimum of nine weeks in an intensive and structured program. A career plan will be developed by each participant that will enable him or her to gain appropriate workplace experience while contributing directly and measurably to RespectAbility’s impact. We plan to serve at least 24 fellows over the course of each year. All participants will be trained in advocacy, media and leadership; they will learn how to communicate successfully with people who hold leadership positions in government, commerce, or the disability advocacy field. With the training/fellows director’s assistance, fellows will work with the other professional staff members on various projects throughout the organization, including in employment advocacy, Jewish inclusion, stigma reduction, and development. Fellows must apply for the area(s) that interest them and meet their career objectives. Our key areas are:
Public Policy/Inclusive Employment Advocacy: The new Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is transformational for all those working to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities (PwDs). Billions of dollars are going to the states to fund “unified plans” to expand employment, but these plans must be finalized by March 2016. Governors and the workforce system need to know the best practices so that work opportunities are maximized. The effective implementation of WIOA is a top priority for RespectAbility.
We are working with governors and/or their staff in all 50 states. We are focusing in particular on the promotion of best practices. Fellows working in this area will assume responsibility for assisting our policy team with our employment work.
Communications/Outreach to Presidential Candidates and www.TheRespectAbilityReport.comRespectAbility, working with a newly created coalition of disability organizations, is working to put disability issues on the national campaign agenda. We are hosting Town Hall Meetings with the candidates on disability issues and have formed an online publication focused on the intersection between politics and PwDs. Fellows working in this area will gain direct experience in working with the campaigns and the media. Excellent writing and social media skills are a key part of this area.  
Public Opinion Research and Communications/Stigma Reduction/Empowerment and Equality: All of RespectAbility’s work is supported by our core efforts to reduce stigmas and misinformation, both of which are huge barriers to the inclusion of PwDs in many sectors of society. The positive images, stories, and best practices we identify, test, and shape through public opinion research will be leveraged in our proactive outreach to employers, the media, thought leaders, and decision-makers.
Fellows working in these areas will do so primarily through social media outreach and analytics, materials development, media pitching, database development and maintenance, and event planning. We reach out to members of the media, Hollywood, elite schools, employers, and top political candidates and policy makers. RespectAbility recently hired a communications director, Lauren Appelbaum, who has experience mentoring fellows and specializes in social media outreach and web development. Lauren will supervise the fellows on this work and on the expansion of our social media campaign: #RespectTheAbility – a project that highlights the benefits of inclusive employment.
Jewish Inclusion: These fellows will work closely with RespectAbility board member Shelley Cohen on inclusion of Jews with disabilities in Jewish institutions and life. Shelley is the founder and director of The Jewish Inclusion Project and leads our groundbreaking work with the UJA-Federation of New York and other institutions.
Development and Administration: Sustaining and expanding advocacy takes fundraising and administrative skills. Development fellows will learn necessary skills to become leaders within non-profit organizations.
Selection Process
RespectAbility will advertise extensively for program candidates through college and university career counselors, online,vocational rehabilitation and at local job fairs. The selection process will include a written application, an in-person or Skype interview with the training/fellows director, references, and a brief written overview of each candidate’s career goals and what they hope to achieve via participation in The National Leadership Program. Preference will be given to candidates with disabilities who are self-advocates.
Funding for the program is covered in full for the first year. In subsequent years, we are looking for matching grants from other funders.

For more information, check out Frequently Asked Questions, or contact Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi, President, RespectAbility at JenniferM@RespectAbilityUSA.org. Starting on September 28, 2015, RespectAbility’s new address is 11333 Woodglen Drive, Suite 102, Rockville, Maryland.


  Celebrations of the 50th Anniversary of EO 11246 

OFCCP logo

This past week the government contractor community celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 11246.  The celebrations kicked off on September 24, 2015 – the actual 50th anniversary – with a celebratory reception hosted by The OFCCP Institute.  Former OFCCP Directors including Jerry Blakemore, Jaime Ramon, Cari Dominguez, Larry Lorber, Shirley Wilcher and Charles James, Sr. joined the celebration and shared memories of their time with the Agency. In addition to reminiscing about the history of the Executive Order and celebrating the contractor community’s achievements in furthering the goal of equality in the American workplace, the reception was also a time to focus on the future and the Order’s impact on generations to come. As part of the evening’s celebrations, The OFCCP Institute unveiled a new scholarship for Washington D.C. high school students.  In its inaugural year, the scholarship fund will award four $10,000 scholarships for a total of $40,000 in scholarships based on essay submissions on the importance of Executive Order 11246. Therese Farmer of the D.C. Public School accepting the scholarship on the District’s behalf eloquently discussed how important scholarship money is to students in the District who wish to attend college using herself as an example. The event also featured a preview of a full length documentary about the history of the Executive Order.  Once complete the video will become part of the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis. Terri Freeman, President of the Museum, movingly described to the attendees how important oral history like The Institute’s documentary is for the future and how delighted she was to accept it on the Museum’s behalf. Former OFCCP Director and EEOC Chair Cari Dominguez provided the participants with an overview of the OFCCP’s history including highlights of each director. When she concluded, Sandra Evers-Manly, Vice President, Global Corporate Responsibility at Northrup Grumman and the evening’s mistress of ceremonies, invited those former Directors attending to share their thoughts on their time with the agency. On Friday, September 25th US Secretary of Labor Tom Perez led the US Department of Labor’s celebration of the 50th Anniversary. The audience heard from Congressman James E. Clyburn and G.K. Butterfield, the Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. Director Pat Shiu announced the upcoming release of an educational video on why applicants and employees need to self-identify under Section 503. Secretary Perez also moderated a panel on the history and impact of the Executive Order.

 


We are happy to publish newsworthy articles that address the business perspective of disability issues.

Share your news via email kmccary@dcmetrobln.org for the

November 2015 Newsletter no later than October 21, 2015



Upcoming Events in the DC Metro Area & Beyond

Upcoming PEAT Talk: Embracing the Concept of "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) — October 15, 2:00-2:30 PM EDT

"Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) is an increasingly popular policy and practice in workplaces today. Join ODEP and the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology (PEAT) as Dana Marlowe of Accessibility Partners LLC discusses the accessibility advantages of BYOD for both employers and technology users with disabilities, and best practices for implementing BYOD in the workplace.

Learn about the PEAT Talk



CEO COUNCIL FORUM: Bridging the Gap | Recruiting and Developing Professional Talent Disabilities

Friday, October 16, 2015

Business Roundtable

300 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Suite 800

Washington, DC 20001

9:00 a.m. | Networking          9:30 - 1:00 p.m. | Presentation, Luncheon and Discussion

Featuring:

Photo of Patricia A. Shiu

Patricia A. Shiu 


Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

US Dept. of Labor

Photo of Tom Ridge


Thomas J. Ridge

Chairman, NOD

First Secretary, US Dept. of Homeland Security

Former Governor, 
Pennsylvania

Image of Calvin Butler 

Calvin Butler

Chief Executive Officer,

Baltimore Gas & Electric Company




Discussion Topics:

Understanding the Climate: Recruiting College Students with Disabilities

Featuring senior leaders from ExelonUniversity of MarylandAHEAD; and COSD

+ Corporate Culture and the Development of Employees with Disabilities

Featuring senior leaders from Northrop GrummanPNC BankPwC; and NACE 

+ OFCCP and the Changing Landscape of Disability Employment

Featuring Pat Shiu, Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, US Dept. of Labor

Who Should Attend:

  • HR and Diversity & Inclusion executives

  • Corporate diversity champions 

  • Talent Acquisition leaders

Seating is limited; please RSVP to events@nod.org | 212-860-8021

Presented in association with the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD);Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities (COSD); and the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)

Exelon is a national leader in diversity and inclusion and is the leading U.S. competitive energy provider, with one of the cleanest and the lowest-cost power generation fleets and largest retail customer bases in the country.

The National Organization on Disability is a 30-year-old nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding the participation of the 56 million Americans with disabilities. NOD helps leading companies include people with disabilities as part of a diverse and productive workforce.



Youth Transitions Collaborative

Emerging Leaders Program


Thursday, October 29, 2015

 

For registration and details: elp@aapd.com

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Annual National COSD Conference

November 5, 2015

Marriott O'Hare

Rosemont, IL

The COSD 16th Annual National Conference brings together about 100 representatives from major national employers and higher education professionals from Career Services and Disability Services offices to discuss the latest news surrounding the career employment of college graduates with disabilities.  This year’s Conference uses the theme of the ADA 25th Anniversary to show how far we have come and how far we still need to go toward improving the career employment of college graduates with disabilities.  Our Keynote Speaker is Ken Bouyer, America’s Director of Inclusiveness Recruiting weaving the need for disability inclusion into the Diversity all companies are working towards.

Register

$400 registration fee for employers and $300 for college professionals

Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities hosts a bi-annual FULL ACCESS Student Summit for college students and recent alumni with disabilities to meet with 11 major national employers, who are dedicated to disability inclusive diversity. One of the gems of the Student Summit is the Student Ambassador Program, which invites a previous attendee to the next Student Summit as a guide and mentor for current attendees. Each Student Ambassador has the opportunity to not only offer insight and friendship to attendees, but also participate in Summit events and programs. The Ambassador gets the best of both worlds, and often impresses employers and staff alike. The student ambassador program, which pays for all travel expenses for the selected student, is funded by the Terry Quammen Scholarship Fund. This Fund was established in memory of the husband of a longtime friend of COSD, Karen Quammen. Both Karen and Terry worked tirelessly for the benefit of students with disabilities and strongly support this unique opportunity for a student with a disability to gain leadership and mentoring experience at a prestigious national event.

Former Ambassadors said:

“The COSD Student Ambassador Program benefitted me in many ways… I met many bright individuals and was able to assist them in understanding that their disability should not outshine their skills and talent.”

 “Being a student ambassador was nothing less than amazing… it made me a stronger person” 


Student Veterans of America National Conference 2016


Jan. 7-10, 2016

Disney's Coronado Springs Resort

Orlando, Fla.

Start the New Year by representing your chapter, building your network, and exploring how you can use your education to change the world.

Need assistance getting to Orlando? SVA is awarding travel grants to hundreds of student veterans.

For more info on travel grants and to register, visit: www.WeWin.StudentVeterans.org




About Us

The DC Metro Business Leadership Network is an employer led non-profit that uses a business-to business model offering education, training programs and resources to change attitudes and address concerns of businesses so that they learn how to proactively include people with disabilities in the workforce, marketplace and supplier diversity.

Myra Wilder, Chair

Marriott International

Andrea Hall, Vice Chair

CSC

Mirelle King, Secretary

Lockheed Martin

Ellen de Bremond, Treasurer

The Choice, Inc.

Will White, Assistant Treasurer

Deloitte & Touche, LLP

Directors

• Michelle Crabtree, Hyatt 

• Donnielle DeMesme, Golden Key Group

• Denyse Gordon, CACI

• Dan Ellerman, Northrop Grumman

• Brandon Lyons, EY

• Eduardo Meza-Etienne

• Evelyn Miller, Raytheon

• Patricia Jackson, Booz Allen Hamilton

Advisory Board

• Tara Dunlap, General Dynamics

• Ron Drach, Drach Consulting, LLC (Chair, Wounded Warrior Committee)

• Sherif Ettefa, KPMG

• Mark Fitzgerald, KPMG

• Sue Werber, C5 Consulting, LLC (Marriott, ret)

• Jim Hammond, Deloitte

• Ann Rader, Former NCD

• Vinece Pastor, Blue Sky Consulting, LLC (former Board Chair)

• Kia Silver Hodge, Lockheed Martin

• Dinah Cohen, Dinah Cohen Consulting, LLC (CAP Director, retired)

Rich Luecking, TransCen (retired)

CEO, Executive Director: The Honorable Katherine O. McCary, C5 Consulting, LLC



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