IVMF Partners and Funders Lauded for Best Employment Practices in Military Time and Forbes

A few partners of the Dan D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University have been recognized nationally as best employers for veterans and military in the recently released Military Times' Best For Vets: Employers ra... Read More ▶


The Power of Veteran Networking

In the post COVID-19 pandemic world, working from home is no longer a unique or awkward concept. Some organizations and businesses around the world struggled to adapt to the new business model, and others have started rolling back those remote worker... Read More ▶


Inc. Magazine Announces 6th Annual Vet100 List to Highlight 100 Fastest-Growing Veteran-Owned Businesses

Inc. magazine, in partnership with the IVMF, announced the sixth annual Vet100 list—a compilation of the nation’s fastest-growing veteran-owned businesses. Created in partnership with Inc. magazine, the Vet100 was born out of the iconic Inc. 5... Read More ▶


IVMF Proud to be 1 of 21 Organizations Awarded Grant from Wounded Warrior Project

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) today announced investments in 21 veterans and military service organizations as part of its effort to build a network of support for America’s wounded veterans and their families. These community partnership grants ... Read More ▶


IVMF Staff Member Concludes Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program at the George W. Bush Institute

A Syracuse University student and staff member are among 50 scholars and professionals participating in the Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program from the George W. Bush Institute. Student John Nipper, completing his master in public administration (MP... Read More ▶


Veteran Suicide Prevention: Capitalizing on What Works and Increasing Innovative Approaches

Veteran suicide persists as the most pressing issue for the veteran community today. Recent data  from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) suggest a modest decline in veteran suicide deaths from the previous two years, yet rates of suicide ... Read More ▶


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 ▶