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Veterans Perspective” is a show dedicated to the well-being of Michigan’s veteran population.  Each week, host Adam Hollier, director of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency, spotlights resources veterans can use to help them live their best lives.  Get up-to-date information, with first looks at service innovations, and differing points of view on challenges our veterans face.  It’s all part of “Veterans Perspective” on 760 WJR

Veterans Perspective” is a show dedicated to the well-being of Michigan’s veteran population.  Each week, host Adam Hollier, director of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency, spotlights resources veterans can use to help them live their best lives.  Get up-to-date information, with first looks at service innovations, and differing points of view on challenges our veterans face.  It’s all part of “Veterans Perspective” on 760 WJR

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Adam Hollier, Director
Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency

Adam Hollier, a former state senator and captain in the Army Reserve, was appointed director of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency by Governor Gretchen Whitmer starting January 1, 2023.

A lifelong Detroiter, Director Hollier is a proud graduate of Detroit Public Schools. He earned a Bachelor’s in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, where he played safety on the football team and was a decathlete, and also served as a volunteer firefighter in Ithaca, New York, while finishing his degree. He went on to earn a Master’s in Urban Planning from the University of Michigan.

The spirit of service is deeply instilled in Director Hollier, which led him to enlist in the U.S. Army. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant at Officer Candidate School in Fort Benning, Georgia, and currently serves as team chief and paratrooper in the 412th Civil Affairs Battalion, Army Reserve.


Adam Hollier, Director
Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency

Adam Hollier, a former state senator and captain in the Army Reserve, was appointed director of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency by Governor Gretchen Whitmer starting January 1, 2023.

A lifelong Detroiter, Director Hollier is a proud graduate of Detroit Public Schools. He earned a Bachelor’s in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, where he played safety on the football team and was a decathlete, and also served as a volunteer firefighter in Ithaca, New York, while finishing his degree. He went on to earn a Master’s in Urban Planning from the University of Michigan.

The spirit of service is deeply instilled in Director Hollier, which led him to enlist in the U.S. Army. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant at Officer Candidate School in Fort Benning, Georgia, and currently serves as team chief and paratrooper in the 412th Civil Affairs Battalion, Army Reserve.

 

Learn more about the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency and find veterans resources at MichiganVeterans.com.

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