Code of Support Foundation brings you authentic stories, experiences and insights of American heroes, within and around the military community, through interviews by Co-founder and Chairman Emeritus MG Alan B. Salisbury, USA (Ret.).
"Code of Support Presents: Profiles In Service" chats with guests who reflect the full spectrum of fascinating men and women, veterans and civilians, CEO's and staffers, generals and sergeants, who have made a difference, and are having a real impact in today's world.
Learn more about the Code of Support Foundation, and the great work we do assisting service members, veterans, caregivers and military family members, at www.codeofsupport.org
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Ep #8 Blake Hall
We are kicking off Season 2 with an episode that you certainly don't want to miss. Alan Salisbury sat down with Blake Hall, Founder and CEO of ID.me - the next-generation digital identity platform that is simplifying how individuals prove and securely share their identity online. Alan deep dives into Blake's career as an Army Ranger, where he led a platoon of scouts and snipers hunting high value targets in Iraq and was awarded the Bronze Star with Valor. They discuss how his military ambitions led him to graduate magna cum laude from Vanderbilt University and to later go on to receive his MBA from Harvard Business School.
Ep #7 Jan Scruggs
EXCLUSIVE: This week, Alan is joined by fellow Vietnam veteran, Jan Scruggs. He is the founder of the Vietnam Wall and tells Alan the never-before heard story of the upcoming memorial for the Global War on Terror.
Ep #6: Whitney Parnell
Surprise! Our podcast is BACK. Co-founder Alan Salisbury sat down with Founder & CEO of Service Never Sleeps, Whitney Parnell. In this interview, Parnell takes us through her journey which has led her to racial and social justice activism. She uses her teaching skills and singing talents to raise awareness about issues here in America, and promote Allyship.
Ep #5: 10th Anniversary Special with Kristina Kaufmann
It is Code of Support's 10th Anniversary! To celebrate, Alan Salisbury chats with his fellow co-founder, and current CEO of the Code of Support Foundation, Kristina Kaufmann.
The two discuss her life growing up in a multi-racial household, her journey as a gymnastics prodigy, and how her experiences as a military spouse led her to dedicate her life to fighting for our nation's military and veteran families.
Ep #4: Daris McInnis
For episode #4, General Alan Salisbury is joined by fellow Army veteran, Daris McInnis. In Alan's own words, Daris's "volunteer activities are way too numerous to summarize here". Listen now to learn all about this month's profile in service!
Ep #3: Elizabeth Becker
Author. Journalist. War Correspondent.
In Episode 3, Alan speaks with Elizabeth Becker - notable author, Pulitzer Prize Winning journalist, and groundbreaking war correspondent - about her phenomenal career in the field. Among her many remarkable experiences, includes her travels to Cambodia in 1978 - where she was one of just three outsiders invited to visit since the Khmer Rouge had taken power.
This interview comes to us as Code of Support recognizes Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Listen to her incredible story now.