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IVMF and Co-Founder, James Schmeling Named as Resources for Veteran’s Issues on Social Media

October 10, 2013

IVMF and Co-Founder, James Schmeling Named as Resources for Veteran’s Issues on Social Media

If you’re looking for another resource for veteran’s issues, social media might be your best bet. The U.S. Military’s independent news source, Stars and Stripes, has helped narrow down the field of who to follow for updates on veterans issues in the world of social media, naming the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University (@IVMFsyracuseU) and institute co-founder James Schmeling (@jschmeling) to its Veteran’s Twitterati Project list.

Meant to be a solid overview of ongoing trends in veteran policy rather than an all-inclusive list, the Veteran’s Twitterati Project lists some of the major influencers on discussions regarding veteran policy. Many IVMF partners, funders and collaborators were also included in the list, including the Military Officers Association of America, ScoutComms, Student Veterans of America, the Wounded Warrior Project, TeamRWB, Mike Erwin, Phil Carter, Craig Newmark, the American Legion, the VFW, Disabled American Veterans, and others. Twitter users can follow the complete list of influencers by subscribing to the Stripes’ Vets Resources.

Stars and Stripes has also created a reader’s list, including some veteran policy influencers who just missed the cut. Anyone can add to this list by sending a message via Twitter to @leoshane.

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