Press Release. Triangle, VA. February 1, 2022. Watermark announced today that the company recently made a $15,000.00 donation to Mission 22, a non-profit organization committed to supporting U.S. veterans by offering mental health and suicide prevention services. Mission 22’s motto is: “When their tour is over, our mission begins.” This charitable organization is dedicated to healing and helping America’s veterans by offering a wide variety of treatments for post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, mental recovery, and many other issues veterans face today.
Cindy Stinson, Community Outreach Director of Mission 22, told Watermark: “We are so very grateful for the corporate, and personal donations we receive. We could not do what we do without this support. Without these donations we would not be able to offer the free programs for veterans and their families that we have built.”
As a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Watermark understands firsthand the sacrifices, costs, and difficulty associated with serving in the nation’s armed forces.
Watermark’s President, Kevin Hodges, a retired U.S. veteran himself, said, “It’s an honor for Watermark to support the men and women who put their lives on the line for us every day. Although we can never repay veterans for their sacrifices, we can help by showing them our gratitude and financially supporting excellent organizations such as Mission 22, which offer wellness programs, recovery and resiliency activities, suicide prevention services, and numerous sponsorships to help veterans reduce the impact of post-traumatic stress from military service.”
“It takes a community to heal a warrior,” agreed Founder of Mission 22 and President of the Board, Magnus Johnson.
Watermark is committed to strongly supporting several veteran’s charities, as well as the hiring of veterans. The company has hired and helped dozens of veterans find jobs with other companies through networking and direct referrals. Watermark’s President, Kevin Hodges, states he is open to speaking to veterans regarding questions about transitioning from military to civilian life and how best to find work.
“If you are a U.S. veteran and you have questions about transitioning to the civilian workplace, Watermark can be a great resource,” Mr. Hodges said. “Reach out to us, or to me personally, and we’ll be ready to help in any way we can.”
To find out more about Mission 22 and their programs, and/or donate to this worthy charity, please visit the Mission 22 website here. You can also watch a short video here that shows a part of what the donations can achieve.
About Watermark Risk Management International, LLC
Watermark, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, is a full-service risk consultancy helping government, public, and private clients identify, understand, and address the security risks faced in every aspect of their business. Watermark’s highly experienced staff provides expertise on assessments, program and policy development, implementation planning and change management, training, education, and professional development, as well as quality assurance and program auditing. Watermark is also recognized for providing exceptional value by focusing on the appropriate balance of risk and operational business objectives. For more information about Watermark, please visit our website here.
Employment Opportunities at Watermark Risk Management
Watermark is always seeking exceptional talent. The company has both full-time and part-time consulting associate positions available. Watermark’s ideal candidate is an expert in their chosen field, excited about helping our clients solve difficult problems, views the work we do as being far bigger than themselves, and thrives in a diverse work environment. All candidates must possess a strong work ethic, the ability to think and work independently, strong self-confidence, and a sincere interest in solving problems. Professional certifications such as CPP, PSP, PMP, CEM, CISSP, and CRM are a plus, as is a current DOE or DoD security clearance.
For more information or to inquire about a position, please e-mail email@example.com. Watermark keeps all resumes on file, even if the company does not currently have the right opportunity for applicants. Watermark is an EEO employer and strongly supports the hiring of military veterans. For current openings, visit Watermark’s careers page.
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