F7 Group Raises the Bar on Resources for Female Veterans & Women in Military Service!
Women serve in and beside the uniform and yet have very little or no really good resources-those created by and for the women they serve.
As an Army Brat and an Air Force Veteran with an MBA in Marketing and International Business, Cassaundra St. John has developed a team of leaders who provide resources, support and mentoring to women of all military eras, all branches of service and the women in military families — moms, spouses, sisters and daughters. Cassaundra has a passion for building bridges through her organization, the F7 Group — linking active duty women and spouses and eliminating the language barrier between military and civilian entities.
Her one-of-a-kind comprehensive corporate training program, VetPro, teaches companies to attract, retain and market to the military and veteran community. Through retreats, business boot camps and corporate training programs, Cassaundra’s mission is to create communities of service through comprehensive and cohesive programs that are productive and sustainable. Cassaundra St. John was recently recognized by the White House as a Champion of Change for her dedication to service and her continued support for efforts to: end homelessness, boost employment and treat mental health disparities for fellow veterans.
It is a great honor to be recognized as a Champion of Change for providing resources to our Female Veterans and Women in Military Families. This honor is a testament to women of the eras and branches who have served our country-in and beside the uniform. It is not only my passion to work with women in military families; but my privilege to have the honor of working with those who sacrifice and serve so that the rest of the nation can pursue the American Dream.
More About This Charity
To provide resources, support, training and mentoring to female veterans and women in military service-in and beside the uniform.
- This charity raised $55,000 in the past year
- This Achievement helped 734 people
- This charity helped 750 people in the past year
- 1000+ hours of awareness through Social Media and Live Events