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Mr. Darryl J. Vincent

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Chief Operating Officer

Phone: (808) ***-****  
Email: d***@***.org
Local Address:  Kapolei , Hawaii , United States
US VETS Inc
733 S. Hindry Ave.
Inglewood , California 90301
United States

Company Description: U.S.VETS is an innovative public-private partnership between a 501(c)(3) non-profit service provider, United States Veterans Initiative, and a for-profit real...   more
Background

Education

  • M.S.W.
  • Bachelor's Degree , Human Services
  • Master Degree , Social Work
    University of New England
  • graduate degree
  • B.S. CSAC
103 Total References
Web References
"The renewal of SSVF funding ...
hawaii.realestaterama.com, 18 Sept 2015 [cached]
"The renewal of SSVF funding for a little over 1 million dollars will make it possible for U.S.VETS to assist 360 veterans and their families this next grant year; that's 360 veteran families that otherwise would be homeless in our Aloha State," said Darryl Vincent the Chief Operating Officer of U.S.VETS; the largest nonprofit homeless veteran services provider in the nation, with 2 locations in Hawai'i.
Senior Staff | USVETS | United States Veterans Initiative
www.usvetsinc.org, 16 June 2015 [cached]
Darryl Vincent, M.S.W., CSAC - Chief Operating Officer
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Darryl J. Vincent has been with U.S.VETS for 11 years. As the Chief Operating Officer, he is directly responsible for the supervision of Executive Directors at all 11 sites, along with national administration of the overall operations of U.S.VETS.
As a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Mr. Vincent has a sincere compassion for the veteran community. Mr. Vincent operates from the service model of "any veteran who sleeps on the same streets he/she was once asked to defend is a dishonor to all of us, and it is our job at U.S.VETS to work ourselves out of a job". After his military service, Mr. Vincent went on to receive his Bachelor's Degree in Human Services, is a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor, and holds a Master Degree in Social Work from the University of New England.
During Mr. Vincent's leadership in Hawaii he was recognized as one of the "ten people who made a difference in Hawaii" in the year 2007. In 2008, he was awarded the "Unsung Hero" award at NCHV. He also served as the Chairperson for the entire CoC from 2010-2013 providing testimony at the state and federal levels to advocate for services for veterans and all homeless population in Hawaii. In 2012, Mr. Vincent was one of three honorees at Helping Hands Hawaii annual dinner celebrating his 19 years of work in the social service field.
Beyond his professional community involvement, Mr. Vincent is a Weinberg Fellow and proud member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.
Waianae | USVETS | United States Veterans Initiative
www.usvetsinc.org, 16 June 2015 [cached]
Darryl Vincent Receives AIM for Excellence Award
On June 2nd, 2015, U.S.VETS COO Darryl Vincent was awarded the AIM for Excellence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Nonprofit Management from the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation.
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Darryl was previously awarded this honor in 2013; as this year's recipient, he becomes the first Weinberg Fellow to have earned the AIM for Excellence Award twice. In addition, the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation made a $30,000 donation to U.S.VETS to help our veterans. Congratulations to Darryl, and many thanks to the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation for their ongoing support of our mission.
IN THE NEWS: "Old Friends" with Darryl Vincent
Hawaii's popular newspaper, the Midweek, recently featured COO Darryl Vincent in their "Old Friends" column, which gives its readers a chance to catch up on people who have been featured on the cover in the past. Back in 2006, Midweek printed a story about U.S.VETS, and interviewed Darryl, who at the time served as Vice President of Programs, supervising the organization's Executive Directors at all U.S.VETS locations in six different states. Now as Chief Operating Officer, Darryl continues his philosophy of utilizing strong community collaboration to end homelessness. "Let's all work together to make sure veterans have a place to go before they even need a homeless program," he says.
Barbers Point | USVETS | United States Veterans Initiative
www.usvetsinc.org, 16 June 2015 [cached]
Darryl Vincent Receives AIM for Excellence Award
On June 2nd, 2015, U.S.VETS COO Darryl Vincent was awarded the AIM for Excellence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Nonprofit Management from the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation.
...
Darryl was previously awarded this honor in 2013; as this year's recipient, he becomes the first Weinberg Fellow to have earned the AIM for Excellence Award twice. In addition, the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation made a $30,000 donation to U.S.VETS to help our veterans. Congratulations to Darryl, and many thanks to the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation for their ongoing support of our mission.
Darryl Vincent presents "Message of Aloha" at the Honolulu City Council Inauguration Ceremony
On January 2, Chief Operating Officer Darryl Vincent had the honor of giving the Message of Aloha at the Honolulu City Council Inauguration Ceremony in front of Senators, Representatives, City Council Chair, Council Members, and community supporters. Darryl spoke about the Hawaiian's culture of Ohana, strong sense of family that allows us to take care of one another. "My work inspires my belief and today I am inspired," he said.
Barbers Point | USVETS | United States Veterans Initiative
www.usvetsinc.org, 16 June 2015 [cached]
Darryl Vincent Receives AIM for Excellence Award
On June 2nd, 2015, U.S.VETS COO Darryl Vincent was awarded the AIM for Excellence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Nonprofit Management from the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation.
...
Darryl Vincent presents "Message of Aloha" at the Honolulu City Council Inauguration Ceremony
On January 2, Chief Operating Officer Darryl Vincent had the honor of giving the Message of Aloha at the Honolulu City Council Inauguration Ceremony in front of Senators, Representatives, City Council Chair, Council Members, and community supporters. Darryl spoke about the Hawaiian's culture of Ohana, strong sense of family that...
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IN THE NEWS: "Old Friends" with Darryl Vincent
Hawaii's popular newspaper, the Midweek, recently featured COO Darryl Vincent in their "Old Friends" column, which gives its readers a chance to catch up on people who have been featured on the cover in the past. Back in 2006, Midweek printed a story about U.S.VETS, and interviewed Darryl, who at...
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