16 January 2020
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Loading Dock Raleigh
We will hear insights from Albie Masland about the power of building community.
If you know Albie, you know his energy and passion are contagious. If you don’t know Albie, you are in for a treat!
Albie Masland is the Director of Growth and Partnership Development for the Travis Manion Foundation. Albie first came into contact with Travis Manion Foundation in 2012 when he ran 3025 miles across the country in support of the “If Not Me, Then Who…” movement. The experience left Albie with an incredible passion for the TMF Mission, and the people it serves. Upon completing his effort Albie joined the TMF team in the new San Diego office. Over the past 6 years, he has worked in all aspects of TMF programs, operations, and fundraising. In 2017 Albie, his wife Jen, and their Great Dane, Penny Lane moved to Raleigh, NC to begin building the TMF brand in the greater Southeast. Currently, Albie works with TMF regional program teams, development, and strategic partnerships, ensuring our mission and growth expand and deepen impact on a national scale. Albie is a graduate of Dickinson College with a major in Political Science.
We’re excited to debut Bunker Connect, a Bunker Labs and Schultz Family Foundation initiative, to promote personal and professional development, inspire connectivity between community partners and local employee resource groups, and inspire, equip, and connect the military community at a deeper level than ever before!
How to get started:
Who can participate?
We’re looking for veterans, military spouses and supporters to get connected and elevate our community’s investment in personal and professional transitions. Please join us if you’re:
About Bunker Connect
Announcing Bunker Connect, a program series created in partnership with the Schultz Family Foundation, to enrich the community of mentorship for transitioning service members, veterans, military spouses and civilians to successfully navigate professional and personal transitions.
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