G.I. Jobs® Announces 2021 Student Veteran Leadership Awards
PITTSBURGH – G.I. Jobs® is proud to announce the second annual 2021 Student Veteran Leadership Awards (SVLAs), a prestigious honor presented to student veterans who are making a positive difference at their school and in their community.
The 25 SVLA honorees excelled in their academics and made meaningful contributions to their school, fellow students and the community. They worked to bridge the cultural gap between student veterans and civilian students, faculty and staff. They embody the spirit of leadership, teamwork and camaraderie they learned in the military. They’ve overcome challenges and take the lead in campus and community activities. They hail from large schools and small, private and public, two year and four year. They are a credit to the nation they served.
“These 25 veterans are shining examples that military skills translate well to an academic setting. I salute these student leaders for their selfless work in creating opportunity for their veteran brothers and sisters by advocating for the continued improvement of programs and services for military and veteran students, ” said Chris Hale, CEO of VIQTORY®, the veteran-owned business which owns and operates G.I. Jobs.
Profiles of the 2021 Student Veteran Leadership Awards honorees will be published in the August issue of G.I. Jobs, which is distributed free—digitally and in print—to transitioning service members, veterans and their families across the world.
This year’s award winners are:
- Wendy Carter, Rogue Community College
- Maggie White, Wayland Baptist University
- Jamie King, University of Mississippi
- Michael Young, Wilkes University
- Asia Bell, University of North Florida
- Fatima Jaghoori, Kansas State University
- Angel Tovar, The University of Texas at Arlington
- Kyle St. John, SUNY – Farmingdale
- I’niah Clark, Southwestern Law School
- Jeremiah Elder, ECPI University
- Paula Charls, Liberty University
- Scott Hardenstine, Grantham University
- Christopher Bellaire, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
- Nicholas Eidemiller, The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania
- Jonathon Godby, Miami University
- Jephter Maurice, Queens College, CUNY
- Amber Taylor, Cape Fear Community College
- Lorence Ayag, University of Wisconsin
- Joseph Hall, Blue Ridge Community College
- Taja Flagg, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke
- Steven Galvao, St. Joseph’s College New York
- Alexa Nesbitt, North Carolina State University
- Jake Walsh, University of South Carolina – Beaufort
- Brad Burt, Madison Area Technical College
- Jonathan Arce, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Founded on the belief that veterans are better for their service, VIQTORY® is the leading marketing firm connecting the military community to civilian opportunity. Its hundreds of clients include Fortune 1000 companies, government agencies, and colleges that use VIQTORY®’s marketing products to promote their employment, education, and entrepreneurship opportunities to the nation’s military community of veterans, military spouses, and transitioning service members. VIQTORY® is a VA and NaVOBA certified service-disabled, veteran-owned small business founded in 2001 by three Navy veterans. Its media brands include G.I. Jobs®, Military Spouse®, and Military Friendly®. VIQTORY® offers digital and print advertising in its own media as well as managed programmatic advertising, which enables it to reach its audience on virtually any platform and any device, at the precise location and at the right time.
For details visit viqtory.com.