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    Fedcap Solution Series: Women Veterans Transitioning to Civilian Life - Adria Horn, Lt. Colonel, US Army Reserves, and Director, Maine Bureau of Veterans’ Services; US Navy Veteran (Second Class Petty Officer, Ret.) Kim Elvin, Director of Workforce Development, Easterseals New York; Fedcap President and CEO Christine McMahon; Dr. Cameron Ritchie, Colonel, US Army (Ret.), and Chief of Community Based Outpatients Clinics, Washington, DC VA

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    Lyell Ritchie, Vice President, Strategic Business Development, Fedcap, and Phil Caprio, former Fedcap Board Member

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    Wendy Beyer, Business Development Manager, EmployerIncentives.com, and Martha Jackson, Assistant Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities

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    Colonel Duncan Milne, USMC (Ret.), President, Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services, and Fedcap supporter Steven Kleitzel

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    Adria Horn, Lt. Colonel, US Army Reserves, currently Director, Maine Bureau of Veterans’ Services; US Navy Veteran (Second Class Petty Officer, Ret.) Kim Elvin, Director of Workforce Development, Easterseals New York; Dr. Cameron Ritchie, Colonel, US Army (Ret.), Chief of Community Based Outpatients Clinics, Washington DC, and US Army Veteran (Sergeant, Ret.) Lisa Russell, HR Director, MVLE

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    Wellington Njoku, Business Manager, Fedcap; Mia Martin, CFO, Easterseals Central Texas; Tod Marvin, President and CEO, Easterseals Central Texas; Karen Wegmann, CFO, Fedcap: Craig Stenning, SVP New England region, Fedcap, and Executive Director, CWS; Vanessa Maldonado, VP Development, Easterseals Central Texas

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    Fedcap President and CEO Christine McMahon

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    Solution Series panelists Adria Horn, Lt. Colonel, US Army Reserves, Director, Maine Bureau of Veterans’ Services; (Second Class Petty Officer, Ret.) Kim Elvin, Director of Workforce Development, Easterseals New York; Dr. Cameron Ritchie, Colonel, US Army (Ret.), Chief of Community Based Outpatients Clinics, Washington, DC VA,

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    25+ Celebration of Service - honoring employees who have been with the Fedcap family of agencies for 25 years or more.

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    Fedcap President and CEO Christine McMahon; John Fisher, Fedcap Custodial Instructor, and Steve Coons, Vice President, Facilities Management, at 25+ Years of Service Celebration

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    The Fedcap family of agencies honors employees with 25+ years of service!

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    Employees with 25+ years of service at the Fedcap family of agencies.

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    Kenan Aden, Executive Vice President and COO, MVLE, Inc.; Fedcap President and CEO Christine McMahon; Linda Brinkley, Senior Operations Manager, MVLE, Inc., and April Pinch-Keeler, President and CEO, MVLE, Inc.

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    Fedcap Vice President, Facilities Management (third from right) with Fedcap family of agencies employees with 25+ years of service.

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    Marcia Salovitz, Executive Director, WeCARE (with microphone) at 25+ Years of Service Celebration

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    Fedcap family of agency employees with 25+ years of service with Aisha Lucas, Vice President, Home Care (third from right)

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    Aisha Lucas, Vice President, Home Care, thanks employees with 25+ years of service.

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    Steve Coons, Vice President, Facilities Management, thanks employees with 25+ years of service.

 

 


2017 Year In Review

A nonprofit founded in 1935, Fedcap develops innovative solutions, creating opportunities for people with barriers to economic well-being.

Our Annual Spring Cocktail Party takes place on May 16th. The Spring Cocktail Party honors the work of Wildcat, which for over 45 years has been driving innovations in services to the justice-involved. For more information and to register to attend, please click "read more." 

On March 27, Fedcap held its 15th Solution Series, Women Veterans Transitioning to Civilian Life. The overflow crowd included business partners, and partners from academia, community and government.  Hundreds more from across the country and overseas joined the event via livestream. Please click "read more" to view a video of the event. 

On Thursday, May 17th, we will present the seventh in a series of bi-annual webinars to discuss financial and operating results for first half FY18. For more information and to join the webinar on the day of the event, click "read more." 

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