ANNUAL WARRIOR SYMPOSIUM

October 25 - 27, 2021

#WarriorSymposium2021

Be a Part of the Solution

Join us for the Eighth Annual Warrior Community Integration Symposium on October 25-27, 2021. This event will be a 100% virtual experience and we hope to have you in attendance for the new and improved Annual Warrior Symposium. Thanks to our sponsors, registration is free for all participants! Register today for three full days of networking, workshops, interactive experiences, breakout sessions, and general convenings about how you can be a part of the solution when it comes to our nation's veterans, families, and caregivers. Stay tuned for the agenda and speakers to be announced soon.

If you are interested in sponsoring this year's Symposium, please review our 2021 Sponsorship Opportunities document.

2021 Learning Tracks:

Empowered Veterans

Empowered Families

Empowered Communities

Empowered Organizations

Empowered Companies

2021 SPONSORS:

ABOUT THE EVENT:

The Symposium is an industry-leading event that empowers those who serve veterans by fostering collaboration and enhancing service to veterans and their families in communities across America. Hundreds of veteran-serving professionals gather to share best practices, hear from inspiring and influential speakers, and learn about resources available from exhibitors and attendees in order to empower the veterans and their families in their care. 

We're excited to announce General Lori Robinson as the keynote speaker at this year's Warrior Symposium. General Robinson was the most senior military woman to serve in the United States Department of Defense and draws on her unique challenges as a powerful female in a world dominated by men. She will discuss leadership and overcoming obstacles during her keynote address on Tuesday, October 26​, at 11 am/ET.

2020 HIGHLIGHTS:

1075

ATTENDEES

25%

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

61%

VSO/NONPROFIT EMPLOYEES 

19

SPONSORS

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