Peopleshare veterans initiative
Chris Williams, Senior Vice President for Reliance/PeopleShare, has been recognized as one of PeopleShare’s Veterans in the Veterans Spotlight. Chris attended West POint and had a successful career as an Army Aviation Officer. He is a graduate of the Initial Entry Rotary Wing School, Airborne school and Air Assault school.
He accepts the award on behalf of the Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network, a nonprofit organization staffed by veterans and assisted by veteran owned businesses and advocates, helping discharged and retired service members transition into civilian life.
Kevin Miller, Branch Manager for PeopleShare’s King of Prussia office, has been recognized for the Veteran’s Spotlight. He received his commission as an Army Intelligence Officer upon graduation of the Army ROTC program at IUP. After completing officer training at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, he served five years in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard as a First Lieutenant, assigned to an Army Infantry battalion.
As a Branch Manager, Kevin is passionate about helping others- and especially veterans- find work- and is proud to dedicate his donation to the Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network to provide workforce planning and support for veterans.
Chad Kuhns joined PeopleShare in 2018 as a Jr. Recruiter and was promoted to Recruiter in 2019. Prior to joining PeopleShare, Chad served in the United States Army as a Sergeant, working with the Medic Corps division, assisting patients with medical issues and serving in Iraq in 2009. He accepts the award on behalf of the Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network, a nonprofit organization staffed by veterans and assisted by veteran owned businesses and advocates, helping discharged and retired service members transition into civilian life.
Mark Sammon has been with PeopleShare for more than 5 years and is a 20 year veteran of the United States Navy. During his tenure he went through the Suez canal six times and the Panama Canal four times and was in the P-3 Orion Squadron (VP-26) from 1982-1986. He served three years on an Aegis Cruiers and was on the USS Thomas S. Gates during the 1st Desert Storm and went across the equator.
Mark is passionate about the outdoors and physical fitness and dedicated his donation to the Honor Ride, non-competitive cycling events held throughout the nation. During these events, injured veterans ride for free and the rides are designed for all skill levels. Honor Ride builds custom adaptive bikes so that injured veterans can still participate in physical activity and races.