We champion the Warrior Ethos – we seek out our brothers’ and sisters’ transition/reintegration challenges and combat them head-on. The Team is comprised of warriors who remain dedicated to the Profession of Arms and an Ethic that guides such when engaged in combat. The Warrior Ethos reaches beyond the physical bounds of armed conflict, beyond those wars fought down range, and into any battlefield wherever it is found.
As warriors, we fight by a code - One that does not yield, does not waver, and does not compromise. The fight is too important and potential loss too great. We give voice where one is needed – to provide aid and support, until such a time, their voices can join us in unison as we continue to recognize and honor our warriors and their devotion to this great nation.
Of all that we have done, let this be said of us – “Whether in uniform or not, we continue to serve, contributing to a legacy; we refuse to shirk our responsibility to mentor our brothers and sisters and those who are close to them”
Dr. Steven Hall, CMA Co-Founder
The Workshops are comprised of Three Pillars underpinned and built upon a foundation of Holistic Health, Well-Being and Resiliency
“Some programs assisting transitioning veterans focus entirely on the short term goal of finding a job after leaving military service. CMA’ 3 pillars of Financial Literacy, Educational Attainment, and Vocational Proficiency are aimed at meeting the long-term goal of finding lasting, meaningful, post-military careers.”
Sean Passmore - Talent Acquisition, USAA