Sullivan University and Active Heroes Seminar a Success

The first Sullivan University seminars were a complete success for the Kentucky National Guard (KYNG) Resilience Training, a product of the partnership with Active Heroes. Over 40 military families benefited from the expertise of faculty Dr. LaVena Wilkin and Dr. Heather Merrifield. The seminars conducted are part of Sullivan University’s commitment to support the troops in our community with our biggest resource – education. The seminar received great reviews from members of the audience and generated interest to explore the programs offered at Sullivan University.

From left to right: Troy Yocum, president of Active Heroes; Dr. LaVena Wilkin, director of Sullivan’s Ph.D. program; Dr. Heather Merrifield, chair of Sullivan’s Conflict Management program; Jorge A. Pazmino, military admissions officer at Sullivan; and Cpt. Robert Cooley, KYNG resilience coordinator.

From left to right: Troy Yocum, president of Active Heroes; Dr. LaVena Wilkin, director of Sullivan’s Ph.D. program; Dr. Heather Merrifield, chair of Sullivan’s Conflict Management program; Jorge A. Pazmino, military admissions officer at Sullivan; and Cpt. Robert Cooley, KYNG resilience coordinator.

 

 

 

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