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SVA Voices • Brad Ward: 

As a part of our mission in aiding veterans with their transition into higher education and civilian life, SVA shares the stories of student veterans through ourSVA Voicesseries in the hopes that, through storytelling, we can change the narrative surrounding veterans, highlight their successes and inspire the next generation of student veterans.

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Brad Ward served in the U.S. Army for over 8 years prior to obtaining his BA in Criminal Justice Policy, and pursuing his Masters of Public Administration at the University of Central Oklahoma. He is a current active member of his campus SVA Chapter, Central Veterans, to which he credits with helping him successfully network with other veterans on campus along with assisting him in learning the academic environment of the University of Central Oklahoma.

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SVA Voices • Justin Lassiter: 

As a part of our mission in aiding veterans with their transition into higher education and civilian life, Student Veterans of America (SVA) shares the stories of student veterans through our SVA Voices series in the hopes that, through storytelling, we can demonstrate the successes of student veterans across the country and inspire the next generation of leaders.

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Justin Lassiter served in the U.S. Navy before making his transition into higher education. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Science in International Affairs at the College of San Mateo in San Mateo, CA. Lassiter has been an active member of his campus life, being both a student athlete and a leader in his SVA Chapter.

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SVA Voices • Rose Cervantes: 

Student Veterans of America (SVA) prides itself on inclusion and celebrating the diversity of the many student veterans that make up SVA Chapters across the country. The purpose of SVA Voices is to amplify the stories of these student veterans. We at Student Veterans of America celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by recognizing student veterans of Hispanic heritage, and will highlight their stories from September 15th to October 15th.

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Rose Cervantes's parents migrated from Mexico to the U.S. to give her opportunities they had only dreamed of. Prior to attending the University of Houston, Cervantes served in the U.S. Navy. "I am a proud Mexican American, Navy Veteran, UH Cougar, and I am grateful to be a part of the SVA Family," she says.

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SVA Voices • Hector Moncada: 

As a part of our mission in aiding veterans with their transition into higher education and civilian life, SVA shares the stories of student veterans through our SVA Voices series in the hopes that, through storytelling, we can demonstrate the successes of student veterans across the country and inspire the next generation of leaders.

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Hector Moncada is a U.S. Army veteran who is currently serving an AmeriCorps VISTA term, working as a Chapter Liaison at Student Veterans of America’s National Headquarters in Washington, DC. Prior to moving to Washington, DC, Moncada earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the University of the Pacific, where he also served as the Chapter Leader for his SVA Chapter.

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SVA Voices • Edelyn Peralta
Student Veterans of America prides itself on inclusion and celebrating the diversity of the many student veterans that make up SVA Chapters across the country. The purpose of SVA Voices is to amplify the stories of these student veterans. From September 15th to October 15th we will be celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by recognizing student veterans of Hispanic heritage.

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Edelyn Peralta served in the United States Air Force prior to attending the University of Houston, where she is currently working on a BS in Psychology. Along with being a female veteran, Edelyn also takes great pride in being a first generation Dominican American.

  

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