HonorBound’s New Board Member Honored at Mets Game!

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Big news! HonorBound’s newest board member, Juliet Taylor, was honored for her service at a recent Mets game.

Juliet proudly served our country in the Army. During her 12 years of service, she earned several awards, including 3 Army Commendation Medals, 4 Army Achievement Medals, 7 Army Good Conduct Medals, a Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, A Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and many other honors.

Even after separating from service and returning to civilian life, Juliet is still giving back to her veteran community. She now works one-on-one with struggling veterans in our community who are in need of assistance. She has made remarkable changes that are forging solutions for the struggling veterans today and tomorrow.

Juliet recently joined HonorBound’s Board of Directors, and we are honored and excited to work with her. Because of her 12 years of service in the Army and her experiences serving the veteran community at home, Juliet brings a unique perspective to the organization.

HonorBound’s Executive Director, Pamela Harper Kushner, explains why onboarding Juliet is such a big deal to the organization: “Juliet is a remarkable leader, and combines her natural strength of bravery with her dedicated support of her team members…she is a voice of change for veterans with urgent needs.”

 Pamela and Juliet have big plans for the organization, such as pairing more local veterans with service dogs, increasing support for veterans with PTSD, and funding a grant program for veterans’ training and equipment related to gainful self-sustaining income.

Stay on the lookout for new announcements from HonorBound, and we’ll be sure to update you on how Juliet and Pamela are creating change for veterans facing financial, mental, or physical emergencies after service.


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