NH Military Leadership Team
As outlined in SB 208, the NH Military Leadership Team serves in an advisory capacity and shall provide advice and guidance to the Adjutant General regarding the delivery of services to Veterans and military Service Members in New Hampshire.
The Military Leadership Team (MLT) is an executive steering committee where key stakeholders address topics of mutual interest to serve the community of Service Members, Veterans and their families (SMVF) in New Hampshire.
Through analysis of the veteran landscape, the MLT informs decision makers in order to facilitate valid and accurate resource requests. The MLT seeks to build partnerships and improve services across sectors including local, state and federal government, public, private and philanthropic organizations. Its main concern is making strategic recommendations to expand the state’s workforce capacity and improve accessibility and navigation of services and to meet the needs of SMVF. It is responsible to manage and monitor long-term goals with a strategic perspective.
MLT Legislative Mandate - 2019 Senate Bill 208
The MLT shall serve in an advisory capacity and shall provide advice and guidance to the adjutant general regarding the delivery of services to Veterans and military Service Members in New Hampshire. The MLT shall choose a chairman, vice-chairman, and a secretary from their membership. The team may, by a majority vote of its members, adopt bylaws governing the management and operation of the team. The military leadership team shall consist of the following
I. The Adjutant General or his designated representative.
II. The Director of the Division of Veterans Services.
III. The members of the Veterans Council.
IV. The Administrator of the Division of Community Based Military Programs.
V. Representatives of organizations which provide services to Veterans and military Service Members in New Hampshire, appointed by the Adjutant General.
VI. Members of the private sector who have an interest in serving Service Members, Veterans and their families.
VII. A family member of veteran or currently serving member of the Armed Forces.
The MLT meets six (6) times per year in varying locations.
Warren Perry, Deputy Adjutant General, NH Department of Military Affairs & Veterans Services
Kevin Forrest, Acting Director of VA Medical Center, Manchester, NH
Amy Cook, Administrator, NH Division of Community Based Military Programs
For more information about the Military Leadership Team or its meetings, please contact either of the Co-Chairs or the Facilitator.
- August 19, 2020
- June 26, 2020
- February 25, 2020
- December 17, 2019
- October 15, 2019
- August 20, 2019
- June 18, 2019
- April 16, 2019
- February 19, 2019
NH Department of Military Affairs and Veterans Services
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