Serving the Military Symposium - A Focus on Resources

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This 2-hour symposium will feature a variety of speakers who will focus on resources for active military and veterans including the Wounded Warrior Project, the American Red Cross and Military One Source. 

Kelly Smith

Program Analyst

Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Military Community and Family Policy), Washington, District of Columbia

Kelly Smith is a clinical social worker who serves as a program analyst for the Military Community Support Programs directorate within the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy. She serves on the Outreach and Engagement team for the Military OneSource, the Military and Family Life Counseling (MFLC) program, and the Spouse Education and Career Opportunities (SECO) program, where she is responsible for program communications, outreach activities, and the non-medical counseling intervention relationship campaign. 

Kelly served as a Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Manager for seven years with the Department of Army prior to joining the Office of the Secretary of Defense.  She was responsible for the administration and execution of Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall’s domestic violence and child abuse prevention program.  Her other assignments with the Federal government include serving as FAP clinician for the U.S. Marine Corps.  After spending a decade working in family violence prevention, Kelly continues to have a passion for reducing barriers to help-seeking in the military community and the study of vulnerability.  

Ms. Smith is a wife, mother of two small children, and proud daughter of retired Airman and sister of a Marine.

Lynn Crabb

Senior Director, Policy and Program Development

American Red Cross, Washington, DC

Lynn Crabb is the Senior Director, Policy and Program Development at the American Red Cross in Washington, DC. She has been with the American Red Cross for over twenty years with roles in Disaster Cycle Services and Service to the Armed Forces. Lynn also serves as a senior sponsor for the Red Cross Pride Resource Group, supporting the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Office for the organization. She lives in Washington, DC, with her wife, Tammy, two children, Dana and Liam, and two cats, Rainbow and Olive.

Lucinda Lorei

Information, Referral and Relocation Program Manager

Headquarters Marine Corps, Arlington County, Virginia

Lucinda Lorei is the Information, Referral and Relocation Program Manager for Headquarters Marine Corps.  She has been in this position for the past 10 years.  Lucinda has oversight of the I&R program at all Marine Corps installations worldwide, and writes policy and guidelines for the program.    She loves being part of the AIRS organization and working with community I&R providers who are as committed as she is to supporting our veterans with the best I&R services possible.  Marine Corps I&R specialists use AIRS standards and training as the benchmark for providing their services.  Lucinda also serves as the military liaison to AIRS, and is the Serving the Military Track manager for conferences.

Charles Burns

Outreach and Engagement

Wounded Warrior Project, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Charles Burns served in the Army and the Minnesota Army National Guard for over 12 years.  His career included a deployment with the 34th Infantry Division in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and the 114th Transportation Company in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  Following his military career Charles worked as a Project Manager in Minneapolis, MN.  Then as a K9 and Behavioral Detection Captain for the American Dream Mall in East Rutherford, NJ. Charles has been serving veterans with Wounded Warrior Project since 2020 supporting outreach efforts and engagement event for Wounded Warrior Project’s registered alums and their families.  He is based out of Wounded Warrior Project’s Chicago office and is currently an Outreach Specialist for the Alumni Engagement Program.

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10/13/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)   |  120 minutes
10/13/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)   |  120 minutes This 2-hour symposium will feature a variety of speakers who will focus on resources for active military and veterans including the Wounded Warrior Project, the American Red Cross and Military One Source.
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