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Dan Schnock joined Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) in 2011 and serves as national alumni director.

In this role he oversees the operation of the Alumni team, which interacts daily with wounded service members, veterans, and their families. The team provides education on WWP programs and facilitates events and opportunities for wounded veterans to build camaraderie.

With 22 years of progressive leadership and executive management experience in the United States Army and demonstrated success in logistics, personnel management, public speaking, and operations. Dan brings a wealth of knowledge to the WWP team.

Dan started his career as an Army lieutenant. Having held numerous positions including aide-decamp, military instructor, and operations officer, he has had the honor of commanding and leading from all levels of the Army. He deployed numerous times and culminated his military career as the U.S. military exchange officer in Albury/Wodonga, Australia.

Dan holds a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Military Institute and two advanced degrees— a master’s in education from the University of Louisville and a master’s in military operations and tactics from the U.S. Air Force Command College.

He and his wife live with their two children in Ponte Vedra, Florida.

To see how Dan connects, serves, and empowers warriors in his role as national alumni director, click here.

Featuring Dan Schnock:
Veterans Day: A Small Gesture Can Have a Big Impact  
Veterans Day: A Small Gesture Can Have  A Big Impact
Texas Veteran Shares Pride and Needs of Injured Veterans on Walk of America
Veterans Charity Connects Wounded Warriors With Recovery
 Living After Sacrifice: Honoring Heroes Who Gave Their Lives in Battle
 2018 Smart Resolutions
 Wounded Warrior Project Encourages Veterans To Visit Military Landmarks



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