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George W. Bush on his bike ride honoring veterans Taxes, Trade, Social Security and More--George Bush Speaks Out George W. Bush leads wounded warriors on 100K ride Texas pastor a key player in Chen Guangcheng case Also appeared in Los Angeles Times (print) Biking to support troops Letter: Region shows good heart ReformSchool: What’s the federal role? A day spent behind the scenes with George W. Bush: "No big handlers guiding every shot – just the President and slow-cooked ribs" Gold Standard for All, From Nuts to Paul Krugman Also appeared on Delaware Online, Financial Survival Network , Business Live, Stockhouse.com , Business Day, Real Clear Markets, HotAir.com and iPolitics.ca May 2 Photo Brief: Inflatable Corgis, Kentucky Derby preparation and trouble inEgypt What gives? The war on terror is over but President Bush is still on a mission? See Awesome Pics from Bush’s Ride with Wounded Warriors The Bush Center: Warrior 100K Ride How George W. Bush Would Have Replaced Obamacare Warrior 100K Ride: George W. Honors Those Who Served VIDEO: Highlights from the W100 Wounded Warrior Mountain Bike Ride With George W. Bush
Hannah Abney directs strategic communications and messaging for the George W. Bush Presidential Center, leading a team responsible for developing and implementing communication strategies that help advance the Bush Center’s work in developing leaders, fostering policy, and taking action to save and change lives.
Prior to joining the Bush Center, she led public relations activities for consumer and non-profit brands at The Richards Group. Abney also led communications efforts at a national retail trade association in Washington, DC, and served in the George W. Bush Administration in the Vice President’s Office.
A native of Milwaukee, WI, she is a graduate of the Southern Methodist University (B.A., Music) and lives in Dallas with her husband and young sons.Full Bio
The 2017 Warrior Open in Photos
The 2017 Warrior Open reunited past Team 43 members for a weekend of golf and camaraderie. Most importantly, they told the stories of their journeys since returning home.
Invisible Wounds: Hearing from a Father Who Lost His Son to an Invisible Injury
This week, the Bush Center will host its 6th annual W100K, a 100-kilometer mountain bike ride for seriously wounded or injured post-9/11 veterans and military personnel. This event spotlights the effectiveness of sport in helping our service men and women recover from their visible and invisible wounds. Today, we hear from Major General Mark Graham, U.S. Army (Retired), who serves as Senior Director of Rutgers University's Behavioral Health Care National Call Center, about losing one son to a visible injury and another son to an invisible injury. My wife Carol and I discovered the power of connection after the tragic deaths of both of our sons. Just eight months before our oldest son Jeffrey was killed in Iraq by an IED, we lost our younger son Kevin to suicide. We knew our son, Kevin was sad, we just didn’t know he could die from being too sad. Our sons died fighting different battles. On June 21, 2003 we lost our son K
Highlights from the 2016 W100K from Crawford, Texas
President George W. Bush hosted the 6th Annual W100K, a three-day, 100 kilometer mountain bike ride with servicemen and women injured in since 9/11, September 29 - October 1.