VOICE Project

Veterans Out Improving Communities Everyday

Life Aid VOICE Project is a nonpartisan effort to effect real change, by using veteran influence to build bridges to improve relations between first responders and the communities they serve.

We host a virtual Town Hall every Tuesday at 5 pm eastern/2 pm pacific with the main topic varying each week.
More Info on the Town Hall Series
Objective: Finding Hope and Purpose TogetherCreate/build trust and confidence in the communities through veteran led engagement between first responders and the communities they serve.

How do we improve our communities and be pro people, pro police, and pro community by organizing sports & activities with veterans and first responders, faith and different community groups that make up our neighborhoods.

Elevate the discussion
Use language and terms that include rather than divide us.

Educate with the ABC’s
Accountability – for the police and community.
Better Preparation – how can we better prepare to do the job serving our communities.
Community Communication & Engagement – Walk a Mile events in schools, churches, and community locations and sports where cops and community play on the same team.

Evolve
By adopting national police accountability and standards,  we can improve our communities every day and find hope and purpose together to improve opportunities, education, and the health of our communities.

Study cognitive function/performance of officers in continuing stressful assignments/multiple complaints to see if grouping or patterns exist that can be treated via Life Aid technology and functional medicine approach. Life Aid Research Institute team will use brain imaging, technology, and functional medicine to conduct on-going research into the effects of stress on the cognitive performance of first responders.  

National Advisors
Judy Leach – George Floyd’s sister
Dr. Alveda King – niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
Lee Rouson III – 2x NY Giants Super Bowl champion
Gen. Scott Rice – Director – Air National Guard 

National Partners
Rise to Win Foundation
Los Angeles Dodgers
Wall Street Veterans Coalition
JROTC
USA Boxing

National Ambassadors
Mike Haynes – NFL Hall of Fame and Superbowl Champion
Tony Coaxum – West Point Football and Superbowl winning coach (Broncos)
Harry Carson – NY Giants Superbowl Champion Team Captain
CSM David Clark – Afghan Police trainer - West Point grad
Jonathan Harmon – Chairman – McGuireWoods - West Point grad

Town Hall Guests
Judy Lynch – Sister of George Floyd
Sharon Robinson - daughter of Jackie Robinson
Dr. Alveda King - niece of Martin Luther King
Gen. John Mulholland - Leader of the 12 Strong mission in Afghanistan
Gen. George Casey - U.S. Army, Retired, 36th Chief of Staff of the Army
Al Roker – NBC Today Show
CSM David Clark – Afghan Police trainer - West Point grad
Paul Tagliabue - Former NFL Commissioner
Mike Haynes - NFL Hall of Fame and Superbowl Champion. voted top 100 NFL players of all time.
Curt Schilling - 3 time World Series Champion, World Series MVP, 2x -Sports Illustrated's SOY
Demetrius Andrade – World Middleweight Boxing Champion and former US Olympian
Coach Charles Leverette -Boxing USA coach
Lee Rouson - 2x Superbowl winner - NY Giants
Tony Coaxum - Superbowl winning coach - Denver Broncos
Harry Carson - NFL Hall of Fame and Superbowl Champion
Mark Geist - author, 13 Hours in Benghazi
Bernard Hopkins - Pro Boxing Hall of Fame, Middleweight & Lt heavyweight World Champion
Jonathan Harmon – Chairman – McGuireWoods - West Point grad
Pastor Darrell Scott
Pastor James Davis
Andre Taylor – Founder - Not This Time – Washington State Police Accountability Act
Diahann Billings- Burford – RISE to Win
Jeremy Hunt – West Point Grad
Jonathan Tom – Capt. LAPD
Paul Ottavinia – Mount Olive PD
Diego Rubio – Wall Street Veterans Coalition
Gen. Scott Rice – Director – Air National Guard