Cole Taylor was born a military child. Check out what he has to say about lessons learned and the impact the military had on his life.
The Military Family Research Institute Podcast discusses the military and veteran family space with experts that provide insight and resources about research, outreach and programming. For more information or to be a guest, contact MFRI Marketing and Communication Specialist, Sayde Uerkwitz at firstname.lastname@example.org
MFRI former intern, Chelsea Moss, talks about the importance of giving and how being part of Purdue Day of Giving inspired her career path.
Patty Barron, director of the Family Readiness at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) focuses on helping military and veteran families now and tomorrow. Listen to what she says about how AUSA strives to improve the lives of military families.
Zack Armstrong, Team Red, White & Blue director of programs and leadership, talks about how veterans can be assets in their communities.
Center for Families advocate, Travis Dorsch, Ph.D., talks about his time at Purdue as a student and how his experience with CFF prepared him for career focused on families. The center is MFRI’s parent organization.
Francheska Salazar, one of MFRI’s 2018 Focus Forward Fellows, discusses her story as a woman student veteran and the impact the Fellowship had on her life.
Center for Families advocates Bob and Joyce Miles talk about their support of students, families and their anticipation of Purdue’s 150th celebration.
MFRI Advisory Council members, Will Baas and Barbara Thompson, talk about veteran and military spouse employment, ways to support military children and navigating challenges of the military and veteran family lifestyle.
As we launch our first podcast, MFRI had the privilege of sitting down with veteran Jamie Richards, director of the Purdue Veterans Success Center. Listen to his veteran story and ways he supports student veterans at Purdue and beyond. In upcoming months, our podcast will feature military members, veterans and their families, and guests whose work impacts their lives.
Listen to the podcast.