David Chrisinger is a published author, speaker, award-winning teacher, and communication specialist who focuses on public policy and issues related to transitioning military veterans. David believes everyone has a story that needs to be told, … Read More... about About the Author
As a Purple Heart veteran, I had the opportunity to work personally with David. It was extremely therapeutic to write my stories from Iraq. I can personally attest that his knowledge and background of the military is superb. When I brought David my writings he was extremely instrumental in transforming my stories into a piece that both civilians could learn from and also a piece that veterans could relate to.
Team Red, White & Blue
That David is a civilian and not a veteran is critical to the success of the program. When learning to navigate the waters of civilian life again, it only makes sense to have a civilian at the helm, and David is the perfect kind of civilian for the job: committed, knowledgeable, humble, encouraging, bold, eager to listen, and sincere.
MATTHEW J. HEFTI
author, A Hard and Heavy Thing
David has been a tremendous advocate for veterans, and embodies the goal of bridging the civilian-military divide. His class at UW-SP is only one example of his leadership, professionalism, and ability to help veterans speak for themselves. Can't recommend him or his method more.
author, All the Ways We Kill and Die
An Ally in the Battle at Home
This is the story of two childhood friends who, in a time of great uncertainty for the United States, chose two very different paths but ended up marching together in lockstep. After graduating from Rhinelander High School in 2005, David Chrisinger played college football while Brett Foley trained for … Read More... about An Ally in the Battle at Home