Casey McEuin

Casey McEuin is the president and executive director of Project RELO, an organization helping corporate America hire veterans into positions that maximize their impact.

Mr. McEuin served in the U.S. Army for 17 years. In 2011, he was critically injured in Afghanistan during an attack on his outpost, which forced him to be medically separated out of the military. After struggling to find work and living out of his car, he decided he wanted to be part of a change that could ultimately help veterans avoid going through what he was.

In April 2016, Mr. McEuin was invited to the White House to be honored by former President Obama for the nonprofit work he had started doing for veterans. After being honored, the nonprofit he worked for sent him on the very first Project RELO mission, where he and the founder bonded immediately. Mr. McEuin soon took the reigns of this great organization.

Thank you for giving back to the veteran community, Mr. McEuin! Veterans and community members can learn more about Project RELO and get involved by visiting projectrelo.org.

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