Maj. Brian A. Hampton USAR INF (ret)
President / Founder
Enlisting in the U.S. Army in 1968, Brian A. Hampton served our country in Vietnam. For 22 years he remained active in the Army Reserve, and became increasingly disenchanted with our government's treatment of veterans once they returned home from fighting wars. Maj. Hampton founded the Center for American Homeless Veterans as a way to initiate lobbing to Congress on behalf of veterans. He is also Publisher of the nationwide VETERANS' VISION Publication which focuses on the dedication and experience of America's leaders on the challenges facing the country, particularly those challenges faced by American veterans, while offering solutions for positive change.
Meet the Team
Project Team Lead
Emily was one of the most influential and accomplished interns that our organization has ever sponsored. She was brought on as a permanent member of her team, in large part because of her passion towards the improvement of veterans lives.
American Homeless Veterans
Fighting to put vets first since 1993
THE CIRCLE OF FRIENDS FOR AMERICAN VETERANS
Director of Programs
Benjamin Peoples is an advocate for veterans, and the son of an Army Major deployed during both Transition of Iraq & Iraq Sovereignty.
Director of Operations
Having recently joined the Vets Vision team, Rogers looks to make a difference for those who served. With all of the issues facing America's veterans, he hopes to help facilitate their transition back into civilian life.