Act Now Education becomes the newest member of the NVBDC’s Military and Veterans Organization Working Group

Jai Salters, Founder and CEO, Act Now Education

Jai Salters, Founder and CEO, Act Now Education

NVBDC will collaborate and partner with strategic military and veteran organizations with equal goals to assist disabled or veteran-owned businesses

The primary role of the MVO Task Force is to focus on pursuing and achieving tactical and strategic goals by partnering with like-minded organizations to help veteran companies.

Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Kathryn Poynton, Director, NVBDC MVO Task Force

Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Kathryn Poynton, Director, NVBDC MVO Task Force

National Veteran Business Certification Organization

National Veteran Business Certification Organization

Act Now Education provides free educational resources and opportunities for active duty, veterans, military spouses, and children.

Wherever your passions take you! Go after that!

— Jai Salters, Founder and CEO, Act Now Education

DETROIT, MI, USA, February 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The National Veterans Business Development Council (NVBDC) welcomes Act Now Education to its Military and Veteran Organizations Task Force (MVO Task Force). Our MVO task force is focused on pursuing and achieving tactical and strategic goals to assist disabled and veteran-owned (SD/VOB) businesses. Membership in Act Now Education is a great addition to the MVO Task Force by providing free comprehensive educational resources and opportunities for active duty, veterans, military spouses, and children.

Act Now Education’s approach is through trusted resources that foster an information-sharing community. From success story interviews to training courses and transition checklists, the organization offers a knowledge base for military service members and their families at any stage. Their support and added value to the community is a constant initiative and continuously updated on their website.

“Wherever your passions take you! Go after that! – said Jai Salters, Founder and CEO of Act Now Education.

NVBDC Military and Veteran Organizations Task Force The motto “Together we can do more for America’s heroes” is an endorsement that confirms its initiatives to support and defend military service members, veterans and their families. The MVO Task Force partners with military and veteran organizations to promote, share and showcase its members. As a core part of the NVBDC, the MVO Task Force enables our organization to collaborate with task force partner resources to increase awareness and establish a respected position in the industry supporting veteran business success.

“The military community is eager to learn more and hone their skills, but it can be difficult, given their working conditions and deployments, to take courses. NVBDC looks forward to promoting Act Now Education to our veteran community and MVO task force members to provide them with access to their opportunities through remote learning,” said Lt. Col. US Army (Retired) Kathy Poynton, Director of Military and Veterans Organization Task Force, NVBDC.
The National Veteran Business Development Council (NVBDC) is the leading third-party certification body for veteran companies. One of the main goals of the NVBDC is to bring together disabled and veteran owned businesses (SD/VOB) to build business relationships. Through networking events, educational sessions, 1:1 matchmaking, mentoring programs and on-site trainings, NVBDC promotes its value proposition to include certified SD/VOBs in procurement practices and policies in diversity and inclusion in the $80 billion enterprise market. Together, NVBDC and MVO task force members are improving access and opportunity for our veteran community.
NVBDC mission:
NVBDC is the only veteran-owned business certification organization developed by veterans for veterans. The goal is to provide a credible and trusted certificate authority for businesses of all sizes, ensuring that there is valid documentation of veteran ownership and control.

All questions go to: www.nvbdc.org or contact us at (888)-CERTIFIED.

MVO working group contact:
Email: Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Kathy Poynton: [email protected]
Phone: (703) 282-6862

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