Nada Stirratt and Craig Newmark accept positions on nonprofit board.
Nada Stirratt and Craig Newmark accept positions on nonprofit board
WASHINGTON, DC – July 14, 2015 – Blue Star Families (BSF), the largest and fastest growing military family engagement organization in the nation, announced today that Nada Stirratt, CEO of Verve Mobile, and Craig Newmark, founder of craigslist, were appointed to the organization’s board of directors.
Stirratt and Newmark join a board team of 15 members, with diverse backgrounds in strategic planning and government relations, emerging technology, military support services, and philanthropy and nonprofit management. Sheila Casey, chief operating officer for The Hill, serves as chairman.
Blue Star Families serves in 1.5 million military family members annually through its programs and resources with 47 chapters at home and overseas. With strong ties into all branches of service, the nonprofit is nationally recognized for leading innovative programs and special initiatives that address the challenges faced by military families; including its Annual Military Family Lifestyle Survey. The largest of its kind, the Survey provides concrete data and information about prominent aspects of the military lifestyle, and used by the White House, Congress, the DOD, and state and local officials to help with key decisions made on behalf of service men and women and their families.
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