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Wall Street Warfighters Foundation Celebrates 5th Anniversary with Awards Dinner – Oct. 2, 2013

Chairman

Wall Street Warfighters’ Chairman retired Marine General Peter Pace presents a framed print of the Philadelphia Merchants’ Exchange Building, the oldest existing stock exchange in the United States, to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for their continued support during the Foundation’s 5 years. Left to right are: General Pace, Debra Perelmuter, Denise Koster, Karen Ritter, all of Federal Reserve Bank of NY, and retired Marine Colonel Katie Haddock, WSWF Executive Director. Also receiving awards during the 5th Anniversary event at the Prime Rib in Philadelphia on October 2, 2013, were Kaplan Financial Education and The Wharton School.

 For more photos of the WSWF 5th Anniversary Event, click here. To learn more about the WSWF awards dinner click here

Welcome to the Wall Street Warfighters Foundation

Wall Street Warfighters Foundation grew from the idea that given the opportunity, service-disabled veterans will excel in a work environment where integrity and moral courage are valued and where their physical challenges are not a factor.

A Message from General Peter Pace:

Our Nation asks much of her military, and is committed to improving and enriching the lives of service members who have made great sacrifice. The Wall Street Warfighters Foundation offers a unique opportunity for industry leaders to contribute to the life of a wounded warrior in a very meaningful way. We at the Wall Street Warfighters Foundation believe that America owes a tremendous debt of gratitude to those who have borne the physical and mental injuries of battle to preserve the freedoms we hold dear.

The Wall Street Warfighters Foundations is designed to mentor and train wounded warriors interested in a financial services careers and veteran employment. Our program helps service-disabled veterans realize financial security, professional satisfaction, and personal independence. Corporate partners benefit by adding proven problem solvers to their organization’s workforce, and are enriched through the mentorship and leadership opportunities the program offers.

We encourage eligible veterans and interested industry leaders to contact us and learn more about the program.

Sincerely,

Peter Pace

General, United States Marine Corps (Retired)
Chairman, Wall Street Warfighters Foundation