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Meet Our Ambassadors

Dakota Meyer

Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps | MOH Recipient

Sergeant Dakota Meyer joined Hiring Our Heroes and Toyota as a Personal Branding Ambassador in 2015. Dakota was awarded the Medal of Honor (MOH) for his actions during the Battle of Ganjgal on September 8, 2009 in Afghanistan. He is the second youngest living MOH recipient. Dakota Meyer is passionate about engaging with young service members and veterans about the importance of early preparation for military-to-civilian transition.

Bonnie Amos

Military Community Leader | U.S. Marine Corps

Bonnie Amos joined Hiring Our Heroes and Toyota as a Personal Branding Ambassador in 2016. She is the spouse of General James F. Amos, 35th Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps. Bonnie entered military life while working as a young banking professional. She is military spouse of 42 years with 29 household moves under her belt. Bonnie is a passionate champion for Military Spouse career and employment issues.

Hon. Patrick Murphy

32nd Under Secretary of the Army | U.S. Army

The Honorable Patrick Murphy joined Hiring Our Heroes and Toyota as a Personal Branding Ambassador in the Fall of 2017. He is America’s first Iraq War veteran elected to the U.S. Congress and later served as the 32nd Under Secretary of the U.S. Army until January 2017. Patrick provides keynote and opening remarks for Sports Expos, Community Engagement Events, and Transition Summits including Networking Receptions.

Adam Rocke

Former Director, Soldier for Life | U.S. Army

Adam Rocke joined Hiring Our Heroes and Toyota as a Personal Branding Ambassador in the Fall of 2017. During his time in active duty service, he led the Soldier for Life Program under the U.S. Army Chief of Staff, the program responsible for connecting Army, government, and community efforts to build relationships to facilitate successful transitions for soldiers.

Ryan Pitts

Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army | MOH Recipient

Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts joined Hiring Our Heroes and Toyota as a Personal Branding Ambassador in 2017. Ryan enlisted in the U.S. Army at the age of 17 under the delayed entry program and deployed twice to Afghanistan in 2005 and 2007. Ryan was awarded the Medal of Honor (MOH) for heroic actions in Afghanistan in 2008. He departed active duty service in 2009. Ryan is a polished public speaker with a talent for engaging with business leaders on the topic of veteran employment and the military transition process.

Ann Campbell

Ann Campbell

Military Community Leader | U.S. Army

Ann Campbell joined Hiring Our Heroes and Toyota as a Personal Branding Ambassador in 2019. Ann is a tireless advocate for service members and veterans, their families, and especially wounded warriors. Ann has served on the board for Military Child Education Coalition and is currently a board member for Easter Seals of the DC/MD/VA area. She also works with the Code of Support Foundation and is a member of the Centerstone Military Services board.

Gen. John Campbell

General John F. Campbell

General, U.S. Army

Gen. Campbell joined Hiring Our Heroes and Toyota as a Personal Branding Ambassador in 2019. General (Retired) John F. Campbell retired from the U.S. Army in 2016 after 37 years of active duty service. He most recently served as the Commander of NATO Forces for the ISAF/Resolute Support Mission and Commander of United States Forces—Afghanistan from August 2014 to March of 2016. He previously served as the 34th Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army and as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations-G3, 5, 7, running the day-to-day operations of the U.S. Army.

Brad Snyder

Brad Snyder

EOD Officer, U.S. Navy | U.S. Paralympian

Brad Snyder joined Hiring Our Heroes and Toyota as a Personal Branding Ambassador in 2019. Brad began his professional career as an Ensign in the US Navy, having graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a degree in Naval Architecture. Brad deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, where he sustained complete vision loss as a result of an explosion. He went on to compete in the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, where he won two gold medals and one silver medal, as well as the 2016 Paraylmpic Games in Rio de Janeiro, where he won three gold medals. Brad medically retired from the U.S. Navy in 2013.


 

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