Presidential Leadership Scholar Meghan Ogilvie receives the Outstanding Civilian Service Award from the U.S. Army for her work helping service-disabled veterans through a non-profit she leads, Dog Tag, Inc. This Q&A takes an inside look at her meaningful work and how the Presidential Leadership Scholars program is helping her grow as a leader. U.S. Army photos by Staff Sgt. Austin L. Thomas
This week the Georgetown BID launched it's new blog, "By George" featuring a story of one of our own Fellows, Vince Loran. Retired Air Force veteran, Vince is one of 10 great Fellows currently in our program. Check out the story!
We welcomed the USO recently to visit the bakery and our classroom to ask probing questions about the work we do to support transitioning service members with service-connected disabilities, military spouses, and caregivers. It was quite an honor to be recognized as one of the many "faces behind the forces," serving all of those who have served us. Read their story here!
On October 5th, friends, family, former students and colleagues of Dog Tag Inc.'s late cofounder Father Rick Curry, gathered at the Sheen Center in NYC to celebrate his extraordinary legacy. Performances, videos, and speeches capture Father Curry's dedication to disabled, unique sense of humor, and inspiring spirit. Please find below the link to watch this wonderful celebration of Father Curry's life!