Board of Directors
The board of directors enables Wounded Warrior Project to continue to meet the evolving needs of our growing organization as we seek to fulfill our mission to honor and empower Wounded Warriors.
Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Ken Hunzeker graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1975 as a second lieutenant in the Field Artillery branch.
Lieutenant General Tryon enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1970 and was commissioned a second lieutenant...
Juan Garcia is a managing director at Deloitte, based in Washington, DC, and focusing on defense, security and justice clients.
Command Sgt. Maj. (Ret.) Alonzo Smith joined the Army in 1984. During his 33-year career, he rose through the ranks to command sergeant major...
Command Sergeant Major (CSM), retired, Michael T. Hall brings over 34 years of military service...
Lisa Disbrow was commissioned in the U.S. Air Force in 1985 and retired with 32 years of combined civilian and military service.
Kathy Hildreth graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science degree.
Lt. Col. (Ret.) Bill Selman graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1983.
William Reynolds III’s childhood was predicated on civic service and community involvement.
Tiffany Daugherty is the Head of Military & Veterans Outreach for Barclays in the U.S.
Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Patricia Horoho is the Chief Executive Officer of OptumServe, the end-to-end federal business of both Optum and UnitedHealth Group.
Board Diversity & Inclusion Statement
The Board of Directors of Wounded Warrior Project, Inc. (WWP) is committed to diversity and inclusion (D&I) in all aspects of its leadership and guidance to the organization. This D&I Statement memorializes that commitment.
WWP’s Board of Directors highly values diversity and supports the election and appointment of diverse candidates to the Board. The Board believes that having directors of diverse gender, race, and ethnicity, along with varied skills and experiences, contributes to a balanced and more effective Board – one that is better positioned to address the changing needs of those who WWP serves.
The Board is committed to administering a director election and recruiting process that encourages and promotes consideration of diverse candidates in the nomination and election of directors to the Board. The Board encourages its members to consider diversity when nominating individuals for director positions. In selecting nominees for director positions, the Board considers gender, race, and ethnic diversity, among other factors. The greater diversity of opinions and backgrounds the Board possesses, the better foundation it has for sound decisions. Director term limits is one mechanism that helps brings more diversity to the Board by regularly bringing fresh and innovative perspectives.
The Board fosters an inclusive culture and environment where all directors feel welcome and have an equal opportunity to connect, belong, and contribute to WWP, as well as proactively collaborate with fellow directors and WWP’s management team.
Through its focus on D&I, WWP’s Board of Directors promotes collaboration among diverse individuals across the organization to fulfill the mission of honoring and empowering wounded warriors.
For questions or concerns regarding the WWP board diversity statement, please contact WWP’s Legal Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.