GallantFew Director Selected For Chamber Leadership Program
Army Veteran and GallantFew Director, Karl Monger, named to Metroport’s 2nd Chamber Leadership Class
Trophy Club, Texas – Executive Director of charitable nonprofit organization GallantFew, Karl Monger, completed his first session of Metroport Chamber’s 2017/2018 Leadership Program. Monger was selected for the leadership program from submitted applications.
The Metroport Chamber Leadership Program meets once a month for a year in a structured setting designed to acquaint its members with government organizations and leaders as well as major employers and the impact they have on the community.
“The Metroport Chamber of Commerce represents seven communities knit into one of the fastest growing areas in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex,” says Monger. “It’s an honor to be selected to participate and get to know other leaders from across the community and to better understand the challenges and opportunities facing the community.”
Participating in community groups, programs and activities is an important aspect of a transitioning Veterans social fitness and general wellness.
You can find more information on Metroport Chamber’s Leadership Program at https://www.nwmccleadership.com/
GallantFew is a non-profit charitable organization committed to the prevention of veteran isolation by connecting new veterans with hometown veteran mentors, thereby facilitating a peaceful, successful transition from military service to civilian life filled with hope and purpose. STAR Fitness System stands for self-training and responsibility, except GallantFew changes responsibility to response-ability. The five points of the GallantFew STAR are: Emotional Fitness, Physical Fitness, Social Fitness, Professional Fitness and Spiritual Fitness (https://gallantfew.org/gallantfew-services/)