About Us

Mission

Women Veterans come from – and reside – all over the WORLD. Our goal is to unite these women through technology and common interests, so they can be STRONGER together. United, women veterans can shift culture, help each other, and gain strength as the network also builds strength.

Our mission is to identify, connect, and empower Women Veterans: individually, in local community groups, and electronically, in recognition and celebration of their military service, in re-connection as veterans who pledge to leave no female comrade behind, and to continue to serve others.

We will Empower, Connect, and Serve.

Vision

Women Veteran Social Justice’s vision is to serve as a network that is a nationally administered community based organization, striving to:

  • Educate women veteran on entrepreneurship and business enrichment;
  • Create viable opportunities for women veterans to partner with one another to enrich their family socioeconomic status;
  • Work to bring together federal, state and community nonprofit organizations to ensure that every veteran is receiving the care and resources earned through their selfless service; and to
  • Provide an easy to navigate support system to connect veterans with the services and resources they need.

Women Veteran Social Justice is a social impact organization founded by BriGette McCoy with the vision to identify, connect, educate and empower veteran women about programs, benefits, social and professional networking opportunities. Initially started in 2006 as a local support group for employment networking it was expanded in 2008 to social networking and online media giving a broader range and a deeper impact because of collaboration relationships with multiple Veteran groups.

Organization Overview

Women Veteran Social Justice is a social impact organization founded by BriGette McCoy with the vision to identify, connect, educate and empower veteran women about programs, benefits, social and professional networking opportunities.

Initially started in 2006 as a local support group for employment networking it was expanded in 2008 to social networking and online media giving a broader range and a deeper impact because of collaboration relationships with multiple Veteran groups.