Ep: 022 – Nilajah Montgomery

Our host Army Veteran and CEO of WVSJ Network BriGette McCoy shares a conversation with Army veteran Nilajah Montgomery about her reasons for joining the military and unique experiences serving with her Army spouse.  Nilajah Montgomery shares with us her love for all things sports and fitness, her CrossFit training and recently completing her MBA. Listen in on the conversation of two women veteran sharing life experiences and military service. 

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Ep: 017 – Toni Brooks Army Veteran

Our host BriGette McCoy talks with Founder and CEO Toni Brooks about her business ventures, military service, transition and her serial philanthropy with the Toni Brooks Foundation. 

Toni Brooks is an Army National Guard veteran, Fashion Entertainment Producer, Fashion Stylist, Entrepreneur, Public Speaker, and award-winning Philanthropist. Toni made helping others part of her professional and personal lifestyle and believes “if we focus on just being a good person, good will come out of us.”

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Ep: 016 – Lisa Hiering Applying for SSDI

Our host BriGette McCoy talks with Founder and CEO of Side By Side Solutions, LLC, Lisa Hiering about her business which is a company that empowers Veterans to navigate the complex Social Security Disability process in a way that increases their chances of approval and minimizes their chances of denial.

Lisa Hiering sharpened her skills as a Social Security Claims Specialist and her oldest son is a combat Marine Corps Veteran so to her, Veterans are her family. The veteran community is where Lisa’s passion lies and so she feels driven to help. Because she is disabled herself, she understands the challenges veteran are facing. Veterans she has worked with describe Lisa as “a wealth of information”,” genuine”, “passionate”, “very …

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