VOWS is an initiative dedicated to honoring former and current military personnel by facilitating career and business opportunities in the financial services industry. VOWS originated in New York and still maintains it's roots in the New York City area.

Save the Date! Women Veterans Day Happy Hour in NYC
Jun 14 all-day
Additional details and registration information coming soon
Celebrate 2022 Women Veterans Day with wVOWS and AmeriVet Securities @ 1155 6th Ave
Jun 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

To celebrate Women Veterans Day, wVows and AmeriVet Securities are co-hosting a discussion panel to highlight the career success of distinguished women veterans in the financial industry. This is an opportunity to learn about these leaders, their path to executive leadership positions and how they have exceled in their post-military careers.

Register on Eventbrite to come and connect with other veterans, military spouses and corporate leaders, and find out more about the different programs and resources available.

Our intent is to bring together a diverse group of women veterans who have served in both the enlisted and officer ranks, to help ensure all women veterans understand they have the potential to become an executive leader in the corporate world.

This event targets women veterans who are seeking career growth and development, and those who are currently navigating their transition from the military into the corporate workforce.

In addition, we welcome military spouses and supporters at this event, to help us connect women veterans to career opportunities that will help them grow their careers after leaving the service.

Got Your 6 Summit in NYC @ Metropolitan Pavilion
Jun 15 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join BWF on 6/15 from 9am – 5pm for our first-ever Got Your 6 Summit, a solutions-focused convening on veterans issues for service providers, employers, and organizations who are dedicated to supporting the New York-area military/veteran community. During a full day of panels, speakers, networking, and discussion sessions, attendees will hear from DVS Commissioner James Hendon; philanthropist Craig Newmark, founder of craigslist and Craig Newmark Philanthropies; General George Casey, 36th Chief of Staff of the US Army; Bob Woodruff, ABC News reporter and founder of the Bob Woodruff Foundation; and more.

Dig deeper into some the most urgent issues facing veterans and their families in afternoon breakout sessions, including:

  • Veteran economic stability and food insecurity
  • Education and credentialing opportunities
  • Affordable housing options
  • Best practices in supporting military/veteran caregivers
  • Arts and community engagement
  • Suicide prevention and evidence-based mental health support

Register here to reserve your spot!


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