6 TH ANNUAL
NEW YORK CITY GALA
VETERANS, SPONSORS, SUPPORTERS & GUESTS, Thank you for joining us at the 6th New York City Headstrong Gala. The Headstrong Project was founded on the principles of providing cost-free, bureaucracy-free, stigma-free, confidential and effective mental health treatment to our deserving veterans. Six years ago, the Headstrong movement began right here, in one city by one clinician serving one veteran one therapy session. Since that time, Headstrong has grown to 21 cities with 140 clinicians serving 750 veterans with more than 18,000 therapy sessions. Our vision is to build a world-class clinical network in 50 cities by 2021, serving thousands of veterans a year to positive outcomes. Your generosity got us here, and your continued support will get us there. For this, we cannot thank you enough. We are grateful for your investment in us. Tonight, you will hear from several of our veterans to witness your return on that investment. Thank you.
BENEFIT COMMITTEE Lily Aldridge
Melisa & Chris Melling
Alexi Ashe & Seth Meyers
Dr. Ann Beeder*
W. Jameson McFadden
Darlan* & Frank Monterisi
Katie & Timothy S. Bradley
Camille & Tony Branca
Keeley & Fort Parker
Liz & Gerry Byrne
Katherine Ellsworth & Col. Peter Petronzio*
Marika Pritchett & Paul Casey*
Wana & Dave Petrucco*
Barbara & H. Rodgin Cohen
Evelyn & Kenny Polcari*
Susan & Russell Reiter
Stacey Bendet & Eric Eisner
Susanne & Austin Repetto
Maria & Kevin Elder
Lorena Gonzalez & Nathan Fletcher*
Sandy & Carter Sackman
Phyllis Hollis Molly Howard Steve Wilkinson & Gerard Ilaria Jill & Ken Iscol Todd Jones Jessica & Farzam Wilpon Kamel Amy & Chris Koch Oliver B. Libby
Sara & David Selznick Dustin Shryock Morgan & Dave Smith Beth & Ryan Sparks* Jacqui & Shawn D. Sweeney Anne Templeton Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Sofia & Peter Westmeyer* Everett Weston Carol & Peter Zegarelli
*Headstrong Board Member
PROGRAM AND SEATED DINNER
WELCOME Seth Meyers Host
LETTERS Amanda Burrill James Byler Derek Coy
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Al Rabil Headstrong Co-Founder and Board Member
HEADSTRONG NEWS Joe Quinn Headstrong Executive Director
MESSAGE AND PRESENTATION Zach Iscol Headstrong Co-Founder and Chairman
MORAL COURAGE AWARD Connor Crehan Kate Mannion Matthew “Uncle Chaps” McNealy
OUR STORY The Wilson Family
FUND-A-NEED Kenneth Polcari Headstrong Board Member
Host, “Late Night with Seth Meyers”
Seth Meyers is an Emmy Award-winning writer and current host of “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” Meyers hosted the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2014 and was Emmy nominated in 2017 and 2018 for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series. In 2018 he hosted the 75th Golden Globe Awards, which was Emmy nominated for Outstanding Variety Special. In addition, Meyers was named one of the 2014 TIME 100, Time magazine’s 100 most influential people. Meyers began his TV career with “Saturday Night Live” in 2001, where he was a cast member for 13 seasons. Meyers served as head writer for nine seasons and “Weekend Update” anchor for eight. In 2011, Meyers won the Emmy for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for host Justin Timberlake’s musical monologue. In all, Meyers has garnered 20 Emmy nominations for his work in television. Meyers currently executive produces the NBC comedy “A.P. Bio” and also executive produced and lent his voice to Hulu’s animated superhero show “The Awesomes,” which ran for three seasons. In addition, Meyers has joined forces with “SNL” alums Fred Armisen and Bill Hader to create IFC’s Emmy-nominated docu-parody series “Documentary Now!” Meyers hosted the 2010 and 2011 ESPY Awards on ESPN and headlined the 2011 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner to rave reviews.
Executive Director, Headstrong
Joe Quinn joined Headstrong as Executive Director in 2018. Joe was previously the Director of Leadership Development for Team Red, White & Blue (Team RWB), and an Instructor in the Department of Social Sciences at the United States Military Academy at West Point and an Associate at the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC). Joe worked in Afghanistan as a Counterinsurgency Advisor for General David Petraeus’ Counterinsurgency Advisory and Assistance Team (CAAT). He spent six years in the United States Army, where he served two deployments to Iraq. Joe graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2002 and received a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Joe currently resides in Manhattan with his wife Melanie, two-year-old daughter Beckett and newborn son Graham James. He’s also an amateur writer and a professional Mets fan.
Veteran, Headstrong Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board
A combat decorated former Marine officer, Zach Iscol fought in the second battle of Fallujah and later helped build many of the components within US Marine Corps Forces- Special Operations Command where he led one of the first teams to deploy. Zach also served as the first officer in charge of Recruiting, Screening, Assessment and Selection (RSAS). Zach also commanded a combined US Marine and Iraqi National Guard Unit in Al Anbar. After leaving the service, he wrote, produced, and directed “The Western Front,” a 2011 Tribeca Film Festival selection about the war in Iraq’s Al Anbar Province. A digital media entrepreneur, Zach is the founder and CEO of Grid North, a collection of the leading brands for militaryrelated content, advertising and employment. Owned and operated by veterans, its mission is to improve the lives of the military community and be its voice. Grid North properties include Task & Purpose, a digital-first media company that gives a voice and platform to the military community and is an honest broker on its behalf; Hirepurpose, the only career platform owned and operated by veterans, designed specifically for the military community; and MilSpouseLife, the modern network for military partners and families. A 2001 graduate of Cornell University, Zach was a member of the 2013 Team USA for USA Triathlon and serves on the board of advisors for the Center for a New American Security and the board of directors for the International Refugee Assistance Project.
MORAL COURAGE AWARD In the military, courage is not one dimensional. Traditionally, physical courage is widely celebrated while moral courage is often overlooked. Headstrong believes that moral courage is doing the right thing even in the face of your fears, and especially when no one is looking. Like physical courage, moral courage can be exhibited in the service of others. Tonight, we honor Connor Crehan, Kate Mannion and Matthew “Chaps” McNeely and their support of Headstrong via Zero Blog Thirty (www.barstoolsports.com/shows/ zero-blog-thirty) where they have demonstrated their moral courage at the risk of being alienated by their active and veteran peer groups. The stigma of mental health care remains a significant barrier to care for many military combat veterans and their civilian counterparts alike. Our award recipients have demonstrated leadership by taking the first step and removing the stigma. They have taken action and marched ahead to lead the military veteran community forward. They have saved lives by giving others the hope and courage they need to get help. “If not us, then who? If not now, then when?” asked American civil rights leader and Georgia Congressman John Lewis in reference to the civil rights movement of the mid-twentieth century. These words ring true today in our modern struggle to overcome the stigmas surrounding the hidden wounds of war. Headstrong is proud to honor Connor, Kate and Matthew and grateful to these three individuals for their support of Headstrong’s mission.
MORAL COURAGE AWARD RECIPIENT CONNOR CREHAN graduated from West Point in May 2006 and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army. Connor remained stationed at West Point upon graduation to serve as a Graduate Assistant coach for West Point’s football team. Connor then attended and graduated from the Field Artillery Officer Basic Course at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He was sent to Fort Hood where he assumed command of a Heavy Artillery platoon as part of 5th Battalion 82nd Field Artillery Regiment within First Cavalry’s 4th Brigade Combat Team. He deployed to Iraq in June 2008 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he served as a platoon leader, fire support officer, and intelligence officer. For his actions in Iraq, Connor was awarded a Bronze Star, Army Commendation Medal. and two Army Achievement Medals. Upon return from Iraq in June 2009, Connor was meritoriously promoted to the rank of Captain and assigned to serve as the Battalion’s Operations Officer. He later assumed a role as the Operations Officer for the Fort Hood Resiliency Center, which serviced the 50,000 Soldiers stationed at Fort Hood. After resigning his commission and leaving active duty, Connor became involved with several veterans’ organizations including Operation: Heal Our Heroes where he currently serves on the Board of Directors. Since 2016, Connor has worked alongside Chaps to co-host Zero Blog Thirty presented by Barstool Sports. In 2018, Chaps and Connor were joined on ZBT by Kate Mannion to round out their show as it is presented today.
MORAL COURAGE AWARD RECIPIENT KATE MANNION dropped out of a college with one semester left and a verrrry, very, like, verrrry low GPA to join the Marine Corps in 2008 and served two tours to Afghanistan. She was on the Marines’ first Female Engagement Team in Marjah and deployed again as a Physical Security Specialist on Camp Leatherneck. When her active duty ended, she finished school at Fordham University while participating in a fellowship with The Mission Continues which connects veterans with their communities through volunteerism. She also participated in The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’s Veteran Immersion Program and after that, knew she had to do something creative with her life. Fast forward to 2018, fellow Marine Chaps took her under his wing (not a blue falcon wing, thankfully) and she’s now a blogger, podcaster, and radio host at Barstool Sports where she covers everything from comedy to pop culture to veterans’ affairs. Having a platform where she can be open about her own life, which includes a period where she sought valuable help from The Headstrong Project, and let it be known that ‘there’s no shame to the mental health game’ has been amazing and she’s grateful for the opportunity to spread that on Zero Blog Thirty.
MORAL COURAGE AWARD RECIPIENT CHAPS MCNEALY enlisted in the Marine Corps in February of 2004 and graduated from Recruit Training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Paris Island. After finishing initial training at Camp Lejune, Fort Leonard Missouri, and Lackland Air Force Base, Chaps went to Okinawa Japan where he served as a Military Working Dog Handler. Chaps trained and operated with both drug and explosive dogs until he was deployed to Fallujah in February of 2007. Chaps was attached to 1st Recon Bn during his deployment. While in Iraq, Chaps earned the Purple Heart and Navy Achievement Medal with Combat V. After his deployment, Chaps was stationed at MCB Quantico where he became the Company Gunnery Sergeant as a Sergeant and was meritoriously promoted to Staff Sergeant. Chaps later became the Chief Military Working Dog Instructor at the Military Working Dog School. Chaps was medically retired in late 2012 due to PTSD and TBI diagnosis. Since retiring, Chaps graduated from the University of Texas San Antonio and started working for Barstool Sports where he hosts podcasts, writes articles, and creates video content.
Chris Wilson Special Guest
Chris Wilson graduated from Rutgers University in 2006 and then attended Officer Candidate School for The United States Marine Corps. Commissioned in August of 2007, Chris completed The Basic School in Quantico and was selected for Infantry Officer Course. In October 2008, Chris was assigned as a 2nd Lieutenant to Weapons Platoon of Bravo Company in 1st Battalion, 5th Marines in Camp Pendleton, CA. 1st Battalion, 5th Marines was tasked in July of 2009 with going to the district of Nawa, Afghanistan and to be part of the largest helo insertion since Vietnam. Bravo Company was assigned the most Northern area of operations for the Battalion. Upon returning from Afghanistan, Chris was provided the opportunity to become the Executive Officer of Bravo Company as a 1st Lieutenant. 1st Battalion, 5th Marines was then tasked with taking over the district of Sangin, Afghanistan in March 2011. Chris and the Battalion were tested often in a very intense 7 months of fighting with enemy forces. Chris was promoted to Captain upon his return from Sangin. He was honorably discharged from his service on February 1, 2012. Chris received his Executive MBA at Rutgers University in May 2015. While at Rutgers, Chris began to experience PTSD from his time in service. He went to 7 months of therapy under the care of Headstrong Project. After completing his therapy at Headstrong, Chris worked as the Director of Strategic Growth for the organization. Chris currently works as an Enterprise Account Executive at Sitetracker, the worldâ€™s first complete software platform for managing modern, high-volume distributed capital projects and assets. Innovators use Sitetracker to plan effectively, deploy efficiently, and grow the value of their portfolios. Chris and his wife, Sara married in 2014 and their first child, Jacob Parker Wilson, was born in 2017. The Wilson family resides in Ridgewood, NJ.
IN FLANDERS FIELDS By John McCrae In Flanders Fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The Larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. The day before he wrote “In Flanders Fields” one of John McCrae’s closest friends was killed and buried in a grave decorated with only a simple wooden cross. Wild poppies were blooming between the crosses marking the graves of those killed in battle. Unable to help his friend of fallen comrades, John gave them a voice through “In Flanders Fields.” Since then, the poppy flower has been associated with remembering those who died and is worn in Britain on their Veterans Day, which is also known as Rememberance Day and Poppy Day, to commemorate those who sacrificed their lives during war.
FUND-A-NEED Your contributions make the difference. TONIGHT’S EVENT FEATURES A SILENT AUCTION, AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO FUND-A-NEED, YOUR CHANCE TO CONTRIBUTE DIRECTLY TO HEADSTRONG’S WORK. $50,000 Treats up to 10 veterans and their families for a year
$25,000 Treats up to 5 veterans and their families for a year
$15,000 Treats up to 3 veterans over the course of a year $10,000 Treats one veteran and their family for a year $5,000 Treats one veteran for up to six months $1,000
Underwrites programs and a support group for a significant other
$250 Pays for a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation Donations to tonight’s Fund-A-Need are fully tax-deductible.
AL AND TAMARA RABIL
SARA AND DAVID SELZNICK
BENJAMIN F. STEIN CHARITABLE TRUST
COMMITMENT SPONSORS Camille and Anthony Branca Barbara and Rodgin Cohen, U.S. Army 1968-70
The Hariri Family
Barry Friedman and Charlotte Moss Anne Templeton
Caroline and William Wolfe
SPONSORS Tom Bernstein
ANNUAL CORPORATE SPONSORS
Chicago Title Ins. Co. Citi Global Markets Mary and Joe Moeller Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch Jill and Matt Zames
Lists as of October 1, 2018
DONORS Margo Alexander Christian Angle
SILENT AUCTION DONORS
Elyse Arnow Brill and Joshua Arnow
American Freedom Distillery
Stacey Bendet and Eric Eisner
Neil and Rachel Blumenthal
CBS Sports and John Bogusz
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Chicago Title Ins. Co. and Vincent DeFina
Concerned Veterans for America
Dagne Dover and Maria Anaya
Junkyard Dog Productions
Neil C. Krauter
Cathy and Lloyd Heller
Paul LaBrecque and Brian Cantor
HighLine Risk Solutions Susan and Jay Lawton Christina Weiss Lurie Chloe Malle David May Kyle Mayes Tom Mooney Robert Murphy Grace and Eric Naugle Joe and Matilda Pope
James Malios The Team at “Late Night with Seth Meyers” Brian Nelson and Andrew Jaeger Dave Petrucco David Rabin Saks Soul Cycle
Patti Scialfa and Bruce Springsteen
Robert and Jane Toll Foundation Maurice Werdegar Peter Zegarelli
We are grateful to the generous individuals who volunteered their time to Headstrong tonight. Lists as of October 1, 2018
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Veteran & Director of Operations
Co-Founder & Vice Chairman
Director of Development
Dr. Ann Beeder
Co-Founder & Medical Director
Veteran & Content Manager
Veteran & Executive Director
Veteran, Co-Founder & Chairman
Veteran & Program Director
Gerard Ilaria Co-Founder, Director of Clinical Program
Kenneth Polcari Darlan Monterisi Veteran
Veteran & Clinical Data Coordinator
Col. Peter Petronzio Veteran
Jack Todaro Weill Cornell Senior Administrative Assistant
Ryan Sparks Veteran
Nathan Fletcher Veteran
ABOUT HEADSTRONG Coming home from war is not easy. Through a partnership with Weill Cornell Medical College, Headstrong provides cost-free, bureaucracy-free, and confidential mental healthcare treatment to Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans. Nearly 400,000 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans have reported symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) in the past five years. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs estimates we lose more than 20 veterans and active duty service members a day to suicide with a 41% higher risk of suicide for deployed veterans compared to the general U.S. population. With Weill Cornell Medical College, the nationâ€™s leading mental health care center, Headstrong developed a first of its kind, individually-tailored, comprehensive treatment program to prevent soldier and veteran suicide and treat PTSD. Since 2012, Headstrong has demonstrated a successful integrated treatment program where clients are partners in crafting their treatments with their therapists using stabilization techniques, or EMDR to process traumatic memory. They may receive individual and group therapy, as well as substance abuse treatment, and their partners may participate in a group for significant others.
The proceeds from this eveningâ€™s Gala allow Headstrong to reach veterans, help them get their lives back and become the best versions of themselves. THE HEADSTRONG COMMUNITY IS GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT.
HEADSTRONG HAS PRODUCED STRONG POSITIVE RESULTS 75% BETTER SLEEP 83% FEWER FLASHBACKS AND NIGHTMARES 71% REDUCED HYPERVIGILANCE 68% LESS AVOIDANCE 86% REDUCED SUICIDAL IDEATION 87% IMPROVEMENT IN MOOD 77% IMPROVEMENT IN EMPLOYMENT AND/OR EDUCATION 80% DECREASED USE OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS 67% REDUCED USE OF MEDICATION
Additionally, 97% of clients surveyed indicated their quality of life was improved by Headstrong and that they would recommend the program to a friend or family member.
Programs are based in: San Diego, Riverside County, Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Houston, Chicago, New York City, Albany, Ithaca, Buffalo, Rochester, Northern New Jersey, Philadelphia, Southern Maryland, Northern Virginia, Virginia Beach, Boulder, Denver, and Colorado Springs â€” with plans to expand shortly to
the Pacific Northwest. We have provided more than 18,000 clinical treatment sessions and are rapidly growing.
CLINICAL TEAM NEW YORK CITY
Ann Beeder, M.D.
Stacey Brittain, LCSW
Schuyler Cunningham, LCSW
Holly Dando, LCSW
Jana Deardorff, MA, LPC,
Jessica Gada, MA, LCPC
Gerard Ilaria, LCSW
Kathleen Galdo, LCSW
Linda Kocieniewski, LCSW
Kristina Fernandez, MA, LPC
Kate Kestle, LCSW, CHT
Tom Lorio, LCSW
Jeanna Gomez, LCSW,
Glenn Parkinson, LCSW
Alison Nelson, LCSW Anastasia Pytal, Psy.D. Chris Sturiano, Ph.D.
LADAC, CPC, SEP
Kimberly Ramsey, LCSW
Mary Alyce Torpy, LCSW
Jeremy Wiener, LCSW
Jillian Tucker, LCSW
Bill Prasad, LPC, LCDC
Eva Usadi, MA, BCD
Sonya Edwards, LCSW
Carol Weiss, M.D.
Susan Brunson, LCSW
David Hoover, MDiv, LCSW
Gwilym Roddick, LCSW
Bella Schanzer, M.D., MPH
Arthur Blank, M.D.
Hatti Figge, LCSW
Lisa Robinson, PhD
Yael Traum, M.D.
Verena Salvi, LCSW
Christina Treece, M.D.
Megan Marumoto, M.D.
Kimberly Young, LCSW
Andrea Moorer, LCSW
James Rives, M.D.
Richard Collie, LCSW
Alison Childers, MA, LPC
Mike Mrizek, M.D.
Beverly Du, MD
Reginald McRae, PsyD
SAN DIEGO/ RIVERSIDE COUNTY
Anna Benson, Ph.D.
Amy Yang, M.D.
George Hunter, MA, LMFT
Bezalel Dantz, M.D.
Elizabeth Weir, LCSW
Charmaine Lowe, Ph.D.
Carrie Steiner, Psy.D.
Janet Coutts, LPC
Naomi Cooper Martin, LMFT
Jennifer Daniels, Ph.D.
Akos Mersich, M.D.
Melissa Mars, LCSW
Molly Lyon Hall, LCPC
Lyndsey Ryan, LPC
Carole Patterson, Ph.D.
Nancy Smith, LCSW
Scott Peterson, LCSW
Michael Castellana, LCSW
Robin Kroll, Psy.D.
Sean Brock, LPC
Sara Gilman, MS, LMFT
Lisa Lackey, MA, LCPC
Chelli Pumphrey, MA, LPC
Reannon Kerwood, LMFT
Sue Shekut, MA, LPC
MaryEllen Caiati, M.D.
Lauren Yoder, LPC
Jeannie Ertl, LCSW, ACSW
Sue Medeiros, LCSW
Charles Ertl, Ph.D.
Ashlie Bell, LCSW, BCN
Lilach Harris, MFT
Jonathan Brooks, PhD
Rita Romero, Ph.D. Katina LaFond, MSW, LCSW Cathy Harris, LCSW Krysta Roybal, M.D. Ann Lowe, PNP Kai MacDonald, MD Erik Huber, LMFT Dawn Herring, LMFT
Ann Dypiangco, LCSW
Alexander Nicholson, NP
Laura Dabney, MD
David Taylor, M.D.
Gretchen Wilber, PsyD
Abigail McMurry, LCSW
Diane Weiss, M.D.
Tara Benincasa, LMHC, NCC
Kathleen Gabris, LPC
Daniel Doyle, MA, LMFT
Kathleen Hoffman, LCSW, LMT
Lisa Duez, LCSW
Rachel Dworkin, LCSW
Mark Gagnon, LCSW
Lloyd Cloud, LCSW
Ronald Doctor, PhD
Mitchell Cabisudo, MD
Mark Schreiber, MD
Anna Crane, PhD
Brian Joseph, M.D.
Denise Fuller, LCSW
Kevin Snyder, M.D.
Aris Stavrianos, LPC
Jennifer Carroll, LCSW
Heather Boynton, LCSW
Molly Violante, LCAT
Julie Eichelberger, LPC
Kime Kenslow, LCSW
Miranda Shaw, PsyD
Laura Oâ€™Neal, LCSW
Carol Tomeo, MA LPC
Lydia Steele, LPC
Anthony J. Cotraccia, LCSW
Brooke Kyzer, MA, LPC
Elizabeth Ann Hales, NP, Ph.D.
Valerie Colegrove, LCSW
Ellen Abrams, LMFT
Lisa Decker, LPC
Eve Abrams, LCSW
Andrea Pacheco, LCSW
Thomas Tsao, MD
Colleen Kibbie-Vest, MSW
Valerie Anderson PsyD
Andy Petronio, LCSW
Blair Cano, PsyD
Carol Inzinga, LCSW
Dave Draxton, MA, LPC
Julia Parker, LCSW
Zoe Bonack, PsyD
Shawn Parker, LCSW Tom Letourneau, M.D.
Mary Testa, LMHC, NCC
David Lubinsky, DO
Cyrus Marcy, PMHNP
Gina Rothermel, LCSW Lucy Raizman, LCSW,
George Moore, LCSW
Sara Corse, PhD
Gregg Heffner, LCSW
Susan Gordon, LSW, MBA
Jodie Wilson, LCSW
Michele Marsh, PhD Alexandra Macy, MD
Nichole Weiler, LCSW
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TRANSPORTATION AT ITS FINEST About Us… A NYS Certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned and Operate business, created with the sole purpose of providing the finest ground transportation to all travelers. We provide service for all occasions and destinations, including airport transfers, port terminals, non-emergency medical transportation and executive travel. We can accommodate all needs including group travel, wheel chair and elderly transport as well as accompanying service animals. Our mission is to be inclusive of ALL and provide affordable transportation services with dignity, compassion, discretion, reliability, and utmost professionalism. Our Products… Economy and Executive Sedans, Spacious mid-size and large SUVs, Family Size Mini-Vans, Wheel Chair Accessible Vehicles, 10-14 Pax Sprinters, Mini and Large Coach Buses.
BOOK NOW AND SAVE 10% OFF YOUR FIRST RIDE RESERVE/QUOTES AT WWW.SEMPERIDE.COM OR 718.350.9591 OR INFO@SEMPERIDE.COM WE ARE A PROUD SPONSOR AND SUPPORTER OF THE HEADSTRONG PROJECT
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” — L AO T Z U
THANK YOU ZACH, ANN, JOE, GERARD & THE HEADSTRONG TEAM FOR YOUR EXTRAORDINARY DEDICATION TO MENTAL HEALTH FOR VETERANS.
THANKS THIS EVENINGâ€™S GALA PARTNERS
With gratitude to the men and women who serve our country. HH Global is proud to support The Headstrong Project and the work it does to heal returning veterans.
In recognition of and great appreciation for our Veteransâ€” we thank you for your sacrifices in honor of our freedom. With gratitude to our medical team at Weill Cornell Medicine and all across the nationâ€” we thank you for making a world of difference in how we treat mental health and honoring our mission to heal the hidden wounds of war.
THE HEADSTRONG BOARD