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Marketing Intern

Gracie is pursuing a Business Administration degree with a Marketing concentration at East Carolina University. As part of her university experience, she took part in an Experiential Leadership course. This course allowed her to actively engage with Task Force Dagger Special Operations Foundation, where she played a pivotal role in fundraising efforts.

Having spent 21 years within a military family, she has witnessed firsthand the valuable impact of Task Force Dagger Special Operations Foundation in aiding wounded individuals. A personal connection to this cause is her stepfather, a retired Green Beret Amputee. Her family had the fortunate opportunity to attend a Dagger Dive event in 2015, an experience that brought healing.

Gracie looks forward to applying the skills she has acquired through her experiences and the guidance of mentors. Her goal is to make a meaningful contribution to the well-being of the SOF community.

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Since 2009, Task Force Dagger Special Operations Foundation has provided critical support to wounded, ill, or injured U.S. Special Operations Command members and their families. Task Force Dagger’s three core programs — Immediate Needs, Health Initiatives, and Rehabilitative Adaptive Events — quickly help when there’s an emergency, provide next-generation health solutions for issues, and organize events that help SOF members with recovery. As a veteran-operated nonprofit, Task Force Dagger understands the needs and experiences of the Special Operations Forces community. Each program is designed to heal, rebuild, and strengthen the service member and their family by providing mission, purpose, and focus.

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