Connie Chapman

last updated 11/13/2017

Connie Chapman

Case Manager at Premera Blue Cross

Location:
7001 220th St SW, Mountlake Terrace, Washington, United States
HQ Phone:
(425) 918-4000

General Information

Experience

Therapist - Symmetry Counseling

Regional Director, Combat Stress Recovery Program - West - Wounded Warrior Project Inc

Company Commander - Washington Army National Guard

Recent News  

http://www.heraldonline.com/news/nation-world/national/article71037317.html

Connie Chapman, a veteran who was the director of the Wounded Warrior Project office in Seattle for two years, at a friend's home in Eatonville, Wash., Jan. 24, 2015. In its swift rise, the Wounded Warrior Project has also embraced aggressive styles of fundraising, marketing and personnel management that have caused many current and former employees to question whether it has drifted from its original mission.
Connie Chapman, a veteran who was the director of the Wounded Warrior Project office in Seattle for two years, at a friend's home in Eatonville, Wash., Jan. 24, 2015. In its swift rise, the Wounded Warrior Project has also embraced aggressive styles of fundraising, marketing and personnel management that have caused many current and former employees to question whether it has drifted from its original mission. "People could spend money on the most ridiculous thing and no one batted an eye," said Chapman of the nonprofit's spending.

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FILIS - Wounded Warrior Project

Connie Chapman
Connie tells us the moments of her job that she's most passionate about are her opportunities to honor and empower her team. Perhaps that's because, as a licensed independent social worker, she's used her career to help nurture others. Prior to joining Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP), Connie served as a…

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Connie Chapman - Wounded Warrior Project

Connie Chapman
Connie Chapman: Empowering Others Connie Chapman Connie tells us the moments of her job that she's most passionate about are her opportunities to honor and empower her team. Perhaps that's because, as a licensed independent social worker, she's used her career to help nurture others. Prior to joining Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP), Connie served as a family readiness assistant for the 81st Brigade Combat Team of the Washington Army National Guard from 2007 to 2008. She also had her own private practice, providing individual, family, and group therapy. And, from 2010 to 2011, she served as a therapist on behalf of more than 50 clients of Inland Psychiatry and Psychology. But in 2011, WWP stole her heart. "I was a Give An Hour therapist, and I received an email asking for volunteers for a Family Support retreat in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho," explains Connie. "I immediately fell in love with the mission of Wounded Warrior Project." Connie now serves as the regional director (west) for WWP. She develops strategic plans and goals for the national program and western regions, and she's responsible for overseeing teammates' professional development and training. However, Connie most feels at home when she's able to be a warrior's advocate for access to mental health services and when she's assisting warriors in goal development and achievement. "Take for example Project Odyssey," explains Connie. Connie understands our core values. She believes in the concept of a team and how critical this piece is to serving our warriors. And she has the ability to make teammates feel important and crucial to the mission. "Helping everyone be their best is a great feeling at work and at home, too," says Connie.

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