Veterans & Military Families
The Bush Institute focuses on three main pillars relating to veteran and military family transition: education, employment, and health and well-being.
“We recognize that in helping our veterans, we can unleash the potential of a generation of resourceful, determined, and experienced leaders.”
— President George W. Bush
While many veterans move seamlessly into their next chapters, others face a range of issues from choosing the best education and career path to experiencing challenges with their physical, mental, and brain health. The Bush Institute Veteran Transition work includes developing research-driven policy recommendations to make transitions simpler and more accessible.
Director, Veterans and Military Families George W. Bush Institute
Deputy Director, Veterans and Military Families George W. Bush Institute
Senior Program Manager, Veterans and Military Families George W. Bush Institute
April and Jay Graham Fellow George W. Bush Institute
Secretary Department of Veterans Affairs
Senior Advisor, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors; Adjunct Senior Fellow, Center for a New American Security
Former CEO, One Mind; Veteran U.S. Army
Executive Director, Call of Duty Endowment
Former Principal, Deloitte Consulting; Veteran U.S. Army
Chief Executive Officer, Hillwood Investments