The Washdown Podcast

Jeremy Greene

Welcome to The Washdown Podcast. We are three Firefighters who have a passion for mental health. We will be using this podcast to speak with other firefighters, nurse's, law enforcement officer's and military veteran's to highlight the issue's that we face and hopefully show others that they are not alone and help is out there. read less
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The Washdown Ep152 Montee Benien
The Washdown Ep152 Montee Benien
Montee served 6 years in the United States Army in communications setting up temporary cell sites allowing people on the battle ground to communicate.currently work for AT&T as a Program Manager - some of his duties include ensuring that large events like the Superbowl, RNC/DNC conventions, Sports All Star games, etc... have enough wireless/wireline coverage and capacity to accommodate the surge of AT&T customers in one location.Since 2011 he has been a part of the 501c3 AT&T Veterans Employee Resource Group. He recently Jan 1st stepped down as National Chief Operating Officer (Vice President) the group has over 7000 members in 32 different chapters across the country. January 1st along with his business partner William Huehl founded a new not for profit 501c3 company Get To Zer0 (mission statement below) The main purpose of Get To Zer0 is to stop Veteran suicide. Some numbers indicate 22 or more Veterans a day take their own life. The top number doesn't matter we want to Get To Zer0 with that number. Mission Statement for Get To Zer0: At Get To Zer0, our mission is to eliminate Veteran suicide and create a world where every Veteran can find hope, healing, and support. We believe that no service member who has selflessly dedicated themselves to safeguarding our nation's freedom should ever feel abandoned, alone, or without options. With unwavering commitment, compassion, and innovative approaches, we are determined to address the underlying causes and provide meaningful solutions to end this tragic crisis. National Suicide Prevention Hotline 988 #NeverAloneAlwaysForward