Most known for their work in support of disabled veterans, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) also supports employers by helping them connect with qualified candidates, providing information and education about combat-related injuries (such as post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury), reasonable accommodations, facilitating a productive onboarding process, and developing a long-lasting relationship throughout the life cycle of employment. Through their Warriors to Work® veteran employment program, they provide career guidance and support services directly to wounded warriors, their families, and caregivers interested in transitioning to the civilian workforce. Join Gary Cashman and Michael Loubert of Wounded Warrior Project® as they detail how this program helps both employers and veterans to create a more diverse workforce and how your organization can get involved to put wounded warriors to work.
Manager, Warriors to Work
Gary Cashman has been an outstanding asset to Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) and has been vital in creating and managing career assistance guidance to his team in a large capacity. As a warriors to work manager Gary oversees the western region and multiple warriors to work specialists. Gary not only integrates himself into the veteran community on a regional basis, he is a key player in developing and growing valuable relationships in the employment and business fields.
Gary has a highly technical background and understands taking on bigger picture projects and concepts to better serve his internal team as well as the warriors and family support members in his region. Gary served for a number of years in the United States Army and has first-hand experience into the valuable tools that Wounded Warrior Project provides to our population. He is always looking for the best opportunities to not only assist in our mission, but in being an asset to organizations in need of qualified candidates and education in the veteran transitional placement field.
Regional Director, Warriors to Work
Michael Loubert has been a valuable part of Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) since coming on board in 2014. In his current role as the warriors to work regional director, Michael oversees career engagement and employment development as it relates to economic empowerment of our warrior population. He works to optimize the great business relationships and partners within the larger scale community to assist warriors as they transition to civilian life.
Michael has a strong background in building and executing national and local Military Recruiting Program’s resulting in many veterans and their families obtaining gainful employment. He also has a heavy concentration in Workplace Solutions, Talent Management, Program Initiation, and Performance Utilization. Michael has over 10 years working with and supporting our Military Veteran and Family population. His passion is doing whatever it takes to give back to the many men, women, and families that have sacrificed for our freedom in their time serving our country.