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30+ days ago

Outreach Coordinator

Wounded Warrior Project Tampa, FL

• Meet the warriors at bedside and assist them throughout the recovery period and as they transition from warrior to Alumni. • Work within DOD… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Project Odyssey Coordinator

Wounded Warrior Project Tampa, FL

The Project Odyssey Coordinator is responsible for the planning logistics, recruitment, and application process related to the Project Odyssey… Glassdoor

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    The absolute best aspect of working for Wounded Warrior Project is the interaction with the veterans and their families. Allowing civilians to give back to those who served is an extremely rewarding experience. Unfortunately, another pro is all the perks they give their employees (swag, travel, special events, lunches, etc.), which ultimately is NOT what a non-profit organization should be doing.


    The problems that are occurring at the EVP and director levels trickle down so often to the specialists and coordinators who often shoulder the brunt of the blame and are forced to completely reconfigure how they work to satisfy the higher ups. This stems from the fact that the organization is growing so quickly and management hasn't figured out how to evolve. As a result, the warriors suffer. Sure there are many amazing programs available to warriors but they fail to make them readily available. Why aim to grow the company to serve 100,000 veterans when they're not properly serving the 55,000 who are already signed up? Within the last year, so many great employees have either left or been fired because of a sudden turn toward a intimidating, bureaucratic workplace. Some directors and EVPs are not qualified but will never be demoted because of their close relationships to chiefs. There is a general air of unprofessionalism all the way up to the chief level. They don't live up to the principles that the organization is supposedly rooted in.

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    Don't play favorites. Stand by your word. Focus on what's truly important without getting caught up in politics. And please, show some integrity -- after all, it is a core value...

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