Making a Difference

Empowering Women Veterans

Since 2011, WVIF has been working hand-in-hand with Women Veterans in need. What began as an initiative to unite and empower Women Veterans grew into a robust and comprehensive nonprofit organization, designed to serve all facets of the Woman Veteran experience.

Highlights of WVIF's Accomplishments

2013: The first National Women Veterans Leadership & Diversity Conference was held.
2014: President Obama recognized WVIF Founder Ginger Miller as a White House Champion of Change.
2018: WVIF officially became a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
2021: WVIF established the Women Veterans Institute, which conducts deep research and analysis of Women Veterans' experiences.
2021: WVIF Founder Ginger Miller testified on Captiol Hill, as an expert on Women Veterans issues.
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Looking Back

Over the Years

Over ten years ago, one woman conceptualized the mission of WVIF. Our Founder, Ginger Miller, began a journey to empower Women Veterans, assist them in their transition to civilian life and combat the unique stressors that affect them. Looking back, we feel a sense of gratitude for the women who have trusted us and for the corporations that have supported us. 

And, we feel motivated to continue.

When thousands of Women Veterans have found safe housing, avoided crises, grown through training, and advanced their careers, we know we are making a difference. And, we are committed to keep working on behalf of Women Veterans.

Take a look at some of our impact reports, presented below. Thank you to our supporters who help make this happen!


Are you plugged into the WVIF network yet? Each month, we send out the WVIF Communiqué, a newsletter designed to update, inspire, and inform Women Veterans and their advocates. Subscribe to the WVIF Communiqué below to make sure you don’t miss a thing! (And don’t worry, we will never spam you!)