Kaylenne Brown treats customers to her healthy Plant-Based EatzTM

When Kaylenne (K.) Brown went through her Transition Assistance Program (TAP) after 13 years in the Marine Corps, she was glad for the opportunity to explore her professional options. She’s a big believer in everything aligning, and she does not sh... Read More ▶


IVMF’s COO Maureen Casey Reflects on 9/11 Providing Keynote at Genesis Group Breakfast

The following is directly from COO Maureen Casey at the Genesis Group which held its 21st annual Community Prayer Breakfast Friday morning, which honors and remembers those in law enforcement, military and first responders ahead of the anniversary of... Read More ▶


Veteran Winemaker Distills Some Truths About Entrepreneurship

When Corey Christman retired from the Air Force in 2012, he had plenty of military experience as a special agent. He also had a few years of experience as an amateur wine maker. Before parlaying his passion into a new profession, he first leveraged h... Read More ▶


Ted Lachowicz ’72 Sparks Giving Back to Create Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans Reunion

Ted Lachowicz ’72 is a Whitman School alumnus specializing in real estate and venture capital. He is the founder and president of the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV) Foundation, an organization that works with graduates from the D’An... Read More ▶


D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families Receives Motorola Solutions Foundation Grant

The D'Aniello Institute of Veterans and Military Families is proud to announce it has received a grant for $50,000 from the Motorola Solutions Foundation, the charitable arm of Motorola Solutions. The IVMF was first awarded the grant in 2017 in suppo... Read More ▶


Community Navigator Pilot Program (CNPP) Launches to Support Navigating Business Resources!

44% of veteran entrepreneurs identified navigating business resources within their community is difficult (2022 findings). To combat this issue, Syracuse University’s D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families is one of 8 tier-1 Hubs ... Read More ▶


5 Things We’ve Learned About Grant Writing While Serving Our Military-Connected Communities

Recently, the Texas Community of Practice gathered in the Rio Grande Valley for a workshop on grant writing.  Arlene Siller, Ph. D., Founder and CEO of Ascend Nonprofit & Business Solutions, LLC walked the in-person and virtual group through a grant... Read More ▶


SyracuseServes Joins Back to School Festival with Clear Path!

Last Saturday, SyracuseServes joined Clear Path For Veterans as its second Back to School Festival. The event was open to all veteran, military, and first responder families. Guests were able to enjoy remarkable scenery at Clear Path's venue while al... Read More ▶


Building Relationships and Partnerships Through the VET100 with Jackie Lopez

This year Lopez was selected for the third year in a row to be a part of the VET100, which includes 100 veteran-owned businesses that are acknowledged for the growing culture and success of veteran entrepreneurs by Inc. 5000 magazine.... Read More ▶


TXServes-RGV Celebrates Three Years as an AmericaServes Network: Positively Impacting Thousands in the Texas Military Community

Syracuse University's D'Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) has been working alongside Tropical Texas Behavioral Health (TTBH) to connect veterans, service members, and their families in the Rio Grande Valley to services direc... Read More ▶