August 06, 2018

Stand-To: Live From Washington D.C.! Real Stories of Health and Wellbeing

By Kayla M. Williams

Stand To is a national veterans convening, hosted by the George W. Bush Institute. In its second year, Stand To II brought influential leaders together with the purpose of advancing effective veteran support.

Team RWB Executive Director, JJ Pinter, had the opportunity to host our first ever live podcast on stage at this incredible event, highlighting real life stories of health and wellbeing from 3 incredible veteran leaders.

• Joe Quinn – Executive Director of the Headstrong Project

• Kayla Williams – Senior Fellow and Director, Military, Veterans, and Society Program at CNAS

• Will Reynolds – Manager at Deloitte

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