700 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03103
Celebrate the successes we’ve had in helping more than 9,400 service members and their families!
Since 2014, Veterans Count has served over 9,400 individuals and distributed more than $2.7 million in emergency financial assistance to veterans, service members and their families.
This amazing success could not be possible without the generosity for people like you! Here’s how you can help…
- Attend the breakfast. There is no charge for the breakfast, but I know you will be inspired to join us in this worthy cause—RSVP to email@example.com before October 10, 2016.
- If you can’t attend, please consider sending a donation. Checks can be made out to “ESNH—Veterans Count” and mailed to:
c/o Joe Emmons
555 Auburn Street
Manchester, NH 03103
Wil Zemp is the Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff for Southern New Hampshire University, where he leads the strategy and innovation efforts focused on expanding access to education by creating high quality and innovative pathways to meet the unique needs of students. Wil is also an adjunct professor in SNHU’s organizational leadership program.
Wil was formerly the Senior Policy Advisor to the Commander, International Security Forces –Afghanistan, and led Army and Joint units at various echelons of command. He has held leadership roles in the United States Army, the State Department, and the National Security Staff. Wil retired from the US Army as a Colonel in 2014, after serving a 25-year career in public service. With over ten years of Foreign Service, he has been operationally deployed to peacekeeping and security operations in Africa, the Caribbean, the Balkans, Russia and Vietnam. He has combat tours in Africa, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
Wil is a strategist, leadership coach and community leader. A three-time awardee of the Purple Heart, he has been recognized by congressional leaders for his advocacy on behalf of service members on the issues of traumatic brain injury and veteran education and employment opportunities. He serves on the board of two groups dedicated to supporting veterans: Veterans Count – Manchester and The Combat Wounded Coalition.