He has helped establish an SVA Chapter at Marshall University, where he serves as the chapter President. Jamie actively advocates for veterans on Capitol Hill, the WV State Capitol, and the city of Huntington.
Jamie Springston served in the Navy as a Hospital Corpsman (Fleet Marine Force) attached to numerous Marine units in combat operations.
He has helped establish Student Veterans of America at Marshall University, where he serves as the chapter President.
Jamie actively advocates for veterans on Capitol Hill, the WV State Capitol, the city of Huntington, and on the campus of Marshall University.
He serves on the West Virginia Veteran Service Organization (VSO) and the City of Huntington’s DEI committees. Jamie has co-founded Benefit Talk, a collaboration program that provides accurate disability and education information to servicemembers within the Reserves and National Guard units. Jamie is an active volunteer with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs Homeless Outreach Program and with the VFW, where he serves as a post trustee.
He is a senior at Marshall University studying social work and will continue serving the veterans population once he graduates.