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Mission Promise Kept - A Living and Learning Community for Women Veterans
American veterans deserve gratitude, respect, and support. Women veterans, in particular, often face unique challenges when working toward their higher education goals such as underutilization of Veterans Administration (VA) benefits, feeling like second-class citizens in the eyes of the VA, and military sexual trauma and/or post-traumatic stress disorder to name a few.

This webinar will focus on Stephens College’s new program Mission Promise Kept. Elizabeth Herrera, executive director, will share the "whys" and "hows" of this first comprehensive college program designed to meet the full spectrum of living and learning needs of women veterans.

This webinar will be one hour with time allotted for questions. Resources, as they are available, will be posted to our Past Events page of the MHEC website: https://www.mhec.org/convening/past-events.

Jun 8, 2022 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Elizabeth Herrera
Executive Director @Mission Promise Kept - Stephens College
Elizabeth Herrera, executive director of Mission Promise Kept, stands out for her strong passion and dedication to women’s empowerment, equity, and advancement. She’s served in the field of women’s advocacy for more than a decade. She grew up in Puerto Rico, the daughter of Dominican immigrants, and volunteered for the Air Force out of high school, working in the medical field. Although she spoke little English at the time and had almost no concept of life outside the island. She has served in various capacities, both in the US and abroad. Prior to Stephens College, Elizabeth was executive director of True North of Columbia, which is a comprehensive domestic and sexual violence victim service program focused on prevention and intervention strategies for those abused by an intimate partner. Elizabeth has a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology focusing on Women and Gender from Auburn University. She earned her master’s degree in Nonprofit Management at Florida Atlantic University.