A program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
Each year, Hiring Our Heroes recognizes the tremendous contributions of those who have gone above and beyond to help our nation’s heroes. Awards are presented to companies and individuals that have developed and applied best practices for addressing the employment challenges faced by America’s veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses.
The 2019 award recipients will be announced at the 9th Annual Lee Anderson Awards Gala. The event will be held in Washington, DC, on November 13, 2019.
Presented for overall excellence in hiring and retaining veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses.
|► 2018 Recipient: Deloitte||► 2017 Recipient: Ryder System, Inc.|
|► 2016 Recipient: Lockheed Martin Corporation|
Presented for effective and sustained efforts to enhance the ability of post-9/11 veterans and transitioning service members to find meaningful employment in the private sector.
|► 2018 Recipient: Amazon||► 2017 Recipient: Microsoft|
|► 2016 Recipient: Hilton Worldwide|
Presented for demonstrated leadership in addressing the unique challenges and demands for wounded warriors, spouses, and caregivers in their search for meaningful employment.
|► 2018 Recipient: Dog Tag Inc.||► 2017 Recipient: USAA|
|► 2016 Recipient: Senator Elizabeth Dole, Elizabeth Dole Foundation|
Presented for demonstrated hiring and support of military spouses in their search for meaningful employment.
|► 2018 Recipient: Microsoft||► 2017 Recipient: Booz Allen Hamilton|
|► 2016 Recipient: Capital One|
Presented for demonstrated leadership by a small business or organization (less than 500 employees) in hiring veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses.
|► 2018 Recipient: Flags of Valor||► 2017 Recipient: WWC|
|► 2016 Recipient: MILLIE|
Presented to an individual who has gone above and beyond to make a difference in employment opportunities for veterans, transitioning service members, and spouses.
|► 2018 Recipient: Amazon’s Sean Kelley||► 2017 Recipient: Comcast NBCUniversal’s Carol Eggert|
|► 2016 Recipient: USAA’s Michael Kelly|
A business must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the Awards: (1) Must currently employ at least one veteran and/or spouse or caregiver of a service member or veteran and (2) Representative of the nominated business and up to one guest must be able to attend 8th Annual Lee Anderson Awards Dinner on November 13, 2019, in Washington, DC.The 2019 Nomination period will open this summer.
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A Program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation