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“From generals to grandparents, superheroes to superintendents, presidents to parents, first responders to first graders….
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. We are excited to share their stories on The American Hero Show”
-Retired US Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills
S3E9 Brigadier General Loree Sutton
After 30 years devoting her life to helping others in the military - including time as the highest ranking psychiatrist in the US Army; Brigadier General Sutton, MD went on to serve as the New York City Commissioner of Veterans Affairs and even ran for Mayor of NYC. Her commitment to helping service members continues now with her role at randrproject.org where they are pioneering a method of helping individuals suffering from PTS called “Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories" or “RTM.”
S3E8: Beau Higgins
Following 25 years in the Marines (including being named Marine Corps Intelligence Officer of the year in 2002), Beau Higgins has continued to support service members 2016 as the Senior Manager on Amazon’s Military Affairs team. Amazon has pledged to hire over 100,000 veterans and military spouses by 2024 after far exceeding their pledge to hire 25,000 by 2021.
S3E7: Linda Bammann
Travis credits Linda with single-handedly saving the country during the 2008 financial crisis. While that may be a slight exaggeration, she shouldered a great deal of responsibility at the time and helped the country avoid further disaster. From working as a firefighter, to the Peace Corps and most notably in the world of finance and risk management, she has truly had an incredible life.