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Discounts for Veterans

Transition and
Re-Intergration from a Military Life

Since I am a decorated war veteran myself, I have a very special place in my heart for veterans, I am able to relate to what you have been through. I served an extended tour of duty in Vietnam as a combat infantryman, I have seen my share of unpleasant things and have experienced my own traumas. I know how tough the training, the months away from loved ones and how the experiences can take a toll on your mind and body.

Special Discounts to All Servicemen/Women

Remember, as a US veteran you are always held in high esteem throughout the world. You did your duty and gave your heart and soul for your country. You endured every hardship, passed every test and pressed forward just like every one of your comrades did. You all should be very proud to be veterans! My heart is open to each and every one of you.

We are approved (SDVOSB) as a contract provider for the Department of Veterans Affairs.

I offer special discounts to all servicemen/woman regardless of your current status, with a DD214 as proof of service. For those military veterans experiencing financial hardship I am pleased to offer 3 sessions at no charge.  I look forward to assisting you.

I am currently the President of the Babson College Veterans Club. 

Member of:

  • American Legion
  • Disabled American Veterans
  • American Veterans
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars
  • International Association of Coaching (IAC)
Veteran Helping Veterans
Featured on Babson Thought & Action

A Veteran Helping Veterans

Richard Battista who is a Bronze Star recipient who served as a combat infantryman in the Vietnam War, will tell you he decided to sign up for Babson’s graduate program because he’s a lifelong learner.  

But, the Quincy, Massachusetts, native, who recently pitched a plan to reduce veteran suicides by using artificial intelligence algorithms, also has squeezed a lot of learning out of life.

“I’m an older student, and it’s been interesting because I’ve been able to impart a lot of my life experiences to different cohorts in different classes,” Battista said. “I get to meet a lot of new people, and when the class splits into groups I can show them different things I’ve learned over the course of my life.”