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Military Veterans Network

"As a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps, I understand the value a veteran can add to any workplace. I take pride in seeing the commitment BBH has made in hiring and supporting veterans who have or continue to serve in the Armed Forces. Through my involvement in the BBH Military Veterans Network and other affinity groups I’ve seen firsthand the ways BBH is invested in employees and the community."

– Travis Partington, Military Veterans Network

The Military Veterans Network supports active duty and reserve military personnel, veterans and their families through mentoring, professional development, and community outreach. We are committed to raising awareness for the complex issues Veterans face when transitioning into civilian employment. We further BBH’s commitment to recruit, integrate, progress, and retain veterans by providing employees with valuable resources to advance their careers. We serve as advisors inside and outside the Firm to educate potential employers about veterans’ unique skills and experiences, and support talent development by interviewing candidates with military experience.

Signature Events


Virtual Volunteering

The Military Veterans Network and BBHcares invited BBHers to create a virtual tour of the renovated New England Center and Home for Veterans. As a way to showcase the exciting renovations, the virtual tour was made available at the Center's annual Leave No One Behind fundraising gala and was posted to the Center's website.

Help Veterans Learn Computer Skills

Teaching Computer Skills in Boston

Network members volunteered at The New England Center & Home for Veterans to teach computer basics to Veterans.

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Veterans & Friends Brown Bag Lunch Series

This informal series provides BBH employees with an opportunity to meet veterans and friends for casual conversation.


Don't Ask, Don't Tell: Then & Now A Conversation with Dan Woods, Lead Counsel who Took on Don't Ask, Don't Tell and Won

The BBH Pride and Military Networks joined forces to present, Dan Woods, lead counsel on the team that took on Don't Ask, Don't Tell, and won. Dan spoke about his role in this landmark case which led to the end of a law that prohibited gay and lesbian Americans from serving in the armed forces and sent a message that discrimination was unacceptable. Dan shared lessons from his experience which can be applied to all aspects of our lives, including creating open and inclusive workplaces.


Veterans Day Celebration

In honor of Veterans Day, the Military Network hosted a “Show and Tell” event. Attendees shared mementos reflecting their own service or the services of someone they know in the armed forces.