March 24, Chuck Ashman to interview NVF Founder & President Shad Meshad on latalkradio.com
Tomorrow, Thursday, March 24, Chuck Ashman will interview National Veterans Foundation Founder & President Shad Meshad on latalkradio.com, Channel 2 from 10:00am to 11:00am about his 44 years of advocating for and counseling Veterans. Chuck Ashman is the CEO of Vet Matchmaking and a Vice Commander of Jewish War Veterans. Tune into the show on your computer, tablet or smart phone at latalkradio.com, Channel 2.
Shad and Chuck met at the SAG-AFTRA “An Evening of Conversation on Veterans Resources and
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Chuck has assembled a team of specialists who serve major corporations and government agencies in dealing with small business owners with emphasis on women, minority and veteran-owned firms. As Executive Producer of Business Matchmaking, the nation’s leading face-to-face small business procurement initiative, he has facilitated 80,000 sessions resulting in several billions in contracts granted.
Chuck has hosted radio and television news and talk shows ranging from anchoring Channel 11 (KTTV News) in Los Angeles to hosting KABC and KFI radio talk programs in that city. He has been a guest on Larry King, Oprah, the Today Show, Good Morning America, Regis, 60 Minutes and CrossFire as well as on leading programs in the UK.
At 20th Century Fox, he served as President of Worldwide Merchandising and Marketing division with responsibility for projects including Star Wars, Dynasty and more than 25 Fox feature films.
As a U.S. Army Medical Service Officer in Vietnam in 1970, Shad Meshad began pioneering treatment techniques for what would later become known as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The founder and co-author of the VA’s Vet Center Program, Meshad founded the National Veterans Foundation in 1985, an organization dedicated to serving veterans in crisis and bettering the lives of all U.S. veterans and their family members.
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