The New American Veteran on Vets On Media is live again this week!
This Wednesday’s show features an interview with Diana Veseth-Nelson, Executive Director of the 501(c)3 Invisible Wound.
Diana Veseth-Nelson, a Military Spouse and Veterans advocate, is a non-profit professional with experience in executive management and program development. Her husband, Army Captain (RET) Adrian Veseth-Nelson returned from combat a decorated hero with three bronze stars for Valor, and a thousand yard stare. Discovering a desperate and shared need in the Veteran community to provide a voice for those suffering from the invisible wounds of war, they founded Invisible Wound. A rising advocate of Veterans and their families, she has been involved in several speaking engagements and panel discussions as an expert on the topic. These include participation in several PTSD focused documentaries, participation in panels for the Mental Health Alliance, Theatre of War, Military Pathways and an expert witness at a 2012 congressional hearing. As Executive Director of Invisible Wound, Diana’s focus is to work on healing, reconnection and relief for those suffering in silence. Invisible Wound is currently working towards implementing a retreat and continued care model, providing Veterans and their families with real solutions for treating the Veteran and the families of those who served.