American Veterans Committee Adds Military Family Representative

The American Veterans Committee’s Board has voted to elect Ms. Ashley Cheek as their Military Families Representative and Social Media Liaison. In her role at the American Veterans Committee, Ms. Cheek will use modern technology techniques to help expand outreach operations and reach Veterans. Ms. Cheek is a military family member with strong community outreach experience, following in her Vietnam War Veteran father’s footsteps. Previously, Ms. Cheek has worked with Bon Secours and the United States Census Bureau, actively participating in local Richmond area outreach events. Ms. Cheek specialized in administrative technology and holds an Associate Degree in business administration.

A native of Richmond, VA, and a proud alumnus of John Marshall High School, Ms. Cheek embodies an unwavering commitment to providing exceptional administrative support and has honed the skills to foster sustainable relationships, streamline communication processes, and coordinate smooth operations. With competencies that include strong online site management capabilities, she “looks forward to advance and work alongside some of our nation’s most respected individuals; our Veterans, continuously contributing to the greater good of the community.”

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I certify that I am a United States armed forces veteran who has not received a dishonorable discharge. I understand that it is illegal to make fraudulent claims about military service. Individuals who, with intent to obtain money, property, or other tangible benefit by making fraudulent claims of military service or miltiary award to obtain a benefit guaranteed only to veterans are subject to a fine and/or imprisonment.
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