Women Veterans Interactive Foundation
There are over 2.3 million women Veterans. They are the fastest-growing group of Veterans in the active-duty military community, and every day they are struggling. Struggling to find work. Struggling to find housing. Struggling to find a life after military service. That’s where the Women Veterans Interactive Foundation comes in with our mission of meeting women Veterans at their points of need through advocacy, empowerment, interaction, outreach, and unification.
Founded upon the principles of the national nonprofit organization Women Veterans Interactive that has made a positive impact in the lives of over 5,000 women Veterans, the Women Veterans Interactive Foundation will continue to improve the lives of our Nation’s women Veterans and military women.
By utilizing dedicated hi-tech research, tailored support programs, and training delivered through a comprehensive ecosystem, the WVI Foundation will ensure the women who have served and sacrificed for our country are equipped with the resources necessary to assist them through all stages of their military transition.
As the experts in women Veterans outreach and engagement, WVIF ensures that this deserving population has the knowledge and the tools necessary to meet their physical, mental, and financial challenges by providing inviting and engaging platforms that enables them to take back the pride of service, attain the support resources needed to be successful, and find comfort amongst their peers.
SUPPORT WOMEN VETERANS IN NEED
Donate $100 and receive a limited edition Women Veterans Interactive Foundation t-shirt.
PLEASE NOTE: The foundation logo WILL NOT be used or replicated on any other public merchandise.
Step 1: Click on the link and donate $100.
Step 2: “WAIT” for a new page to pop up.
Step 3: Fill out the form to receive your awesome limited edition tee.
For Women Veterans, By A Woman Veteran: : : Meet Our Founder : : :
Our why is personal. Our Founder and CEO, Ginger Miller, a formerly homeless Navy Veteran, discovered how difficult transitioning from military to civilian life can be for a women veteran. Like many women veterans transitioning today, Mrs. Miller had no idea where to find the resources and help she so desperately needed. Like many women veterans post-military service, she was ashamed to ask for help when she became homeless with her husband, a Marine Corps Veteran suffering from severe post-traumatic stress disorder, and their young son.
Refusing to be defeated and with unrelenting drive and determination, Ginger worked three jobs while attending school full-time in an effort to end the family’s circumstance of homelessness. With these experiences deep-rooted in her purpose moving forward, she made a personal oath of service to dedicate her life to supporting other women who have served and sacrificed for our country – facing many of the challenges she knows all too well.
Meet The Board
Pamela PowersManaging Director, KPMG
Nancy RidgeFounder, and President, Ridge Consulting
Joseph HastoChief Financial Officer, Northwest Federal Credit Union
Cassie RamageRetired Branch Chief, EPA
Claudia KuzmaManaging Director, Global Ecosystem Program, Protiviti
Ashley MehtaPresident, and CEO, Nolij Consulting
Benjamin MathewsGeneral Counsel & Corporate Secretary, SkillStorm
Cynthia BarredaChief Operating Officer, Solerity
Joyce HunterExecutive Director, Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology
Linda SykesStrategic Human Resources Leader | Veteran Programs | Workforce Development | Talent Acquisition
Naina LeoManaging Director, and Chief Growth Officer, Federal Services at Attain
Claire E. SterkPresident Emerita, and Charles Howard Candler, Professor of Public Health at Emory University
Become a valued member of the Women Veterans Interactive Foundation
When a woman veteran joins WVIF, she becomes a part of a national network designed to strengthen and empower her from within so that she may live fully and productively post-military service.
At WVIF, we are only as strong as our members. We need your help and your Membership to support our nation’s women veterans and their children.
To learn more about WVIF membership benefits and becoming a member, please click below.
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Are you a woman veteran in need? Call us now at (202) 810.2118 for assistance and support.