Veteran Voices Launches New Partnership
Supply Chain Now Founder and CEO Scott Luton announced that its “Veteran Voices” podcast will re-launch this year in partnership with two non-profit organizations: The Guam Human Rights Initiative and the Military Women’s Collective.
“We’re proud to promote the efforts of these two organizations, as we are all highly aligned in our dedicated mission to serve our veteran community. Both organizations are veteran-led, start-up nonprofits that are doing big things out in the market. They are the perfect partners for ‘Veteran Voices,’” said Luton.
As noted on its website, the Guam Human Rights Initiative “is a collaborative research nonprofit seeking to advance human rights on Guam and throughout the Pacific through meaningful and impactful research efforts.”
Since its founding in 2021, the Military Women’s Collective is determined “to make an impact in the military nonprofit space by focusing on our women veteran population.” Its mission focuses on empowering homeless and food-insecure women veterans as well as providing coaching, mentorship and support for women veterans who are transitioning out of the military.
Mary Kate Soliva, host of “Veteran Voices,” said that she has a special place in her heart for both organizations and the good works they do. She is excited about the new partnerships as her show launches into its season.
“On ‘Veteran Voices,’ we aim to shine a spotlight on those veterans who have served their country and now serve their communities,” said Soliva. “Amplifying the voices of veterans serving beyond the uniform means we get to pay kindness forward every day of the year.”
Now launching its fourth season, “Veteran Voices” is part of the Supply Chain Now family of podcasts. The show has produced more than 50 episodes to date. To listen to “Veteran Voices,” visit https://supplychainnow.com/program/veteran-voices/