I believe that it is important to serve others through volunteering. The following is a summary of how I volunteer my time.
I believe strongly that it is important to help those families who resettled in the United States after the end of the war in Afghanistan.
I volunteered to serve as a Coordinator for Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island assisting Afghan Relief Rhode Island's resettlement of Afghan refugees in Washington County, Rhode Island. I established Task Force Kingston and Task Force Wickford to help with the resettlement of two Afghan families and to support the broader Afghan resettlement effort. I led the effort to help raise the funds needed to support the Noori family.
As a veteran, I believe that it is important to give back to my fellow veterans, active duty service members, and their families.
I am a Silver Legacy Life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. I am affiliated with the North Kingstown Memorial VFW Post 152. I have served in a variety of leadership positions within the Department of Rhode Island, including State Adjutant, State Junior Vice Commander, State Senior Vice Commander, and National Aide-de-Camp to the Commander-in-Chief.
NOTE: MEMBERSHIP IN THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES DOES NOT IMPLY THEIR ENDORSEMENT.
I am a strong advocate for the enactment of common sense gun safety legislation nationally and in Rhode Island.
I am a volunteer with the Rhode Island Chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. Together with other volunteers and organizations, we have succeeded in getting major gun safety laws passed in Rhode Island.
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