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On October 20, 2010 Veterans Services meet with the director of OPM and Veterans Service Organizations representatives regarding employment opportunities for veterans and transitioning service members.
(From Left to Right)
1. Dr. Scott Wilander (OPM Vet’s Services), 2. Joe Wynn (National Association for Black Veterans), 3. Ray Decker (OPM Vet’s Services), 4. Michael Schwille (Student Veterans of America), 5. Hakeem Basheerud-Deen (OPM Vet’s Services), 6. Jennifer Mason (OPM Deputy Chief of Staff), 7. Richard Schneider (Non Commissioned Officers Association), 8. Andrea Warner (Student Veterans of America), 9. Brian Hawthorne (Student Veterans of America), 10. John Berry (OPM Director), 11. Robert Madden (American Legion), 12. Melanie Lillston (National Coalition for Homeless Veterans), 13. John Wilson (Disabled American Veterans), 14. Deirdre Holleman (The Retired Enlisted Association), 15. Gerald Manar (Veterans of Foreign Wars), 16. Heather Ansley (VetsFirst/United Spinal Association), 17. Dick Crampton (Military Officers Association, 18. Berlyn Cooper(OPM Vet’s Services), 19. Erim Sarinoglu (Reserve Officers Association), 20. Tracy Underwood (OPM Vet’s Services) 21. Rick Weidman (Vietnam Veterans of America)
USOPM Photo By: Timothy Grant 10/20/10