The THF Alumni Spouse Roundtable discussion was led by four spouses of THF Alumni who participated in Group 9. Each spouse shared their personal experience with the THF program, what their husbands got out of the program and if they would recommend it to other spouses. All participant’s husbands are retiring from the NSW community after 20+ years, and all were very nervous about the transition out. After being in the military that long, it’s hard to understand what life outside the military will look like. They each shared personal experiences with the program where THF provided the tools and the network to prepare each family for their transition. Most importantly they felt the Self-Discovery portion of the program provided an opportunity for communication with their spouse around the family’s mission statement and values. Unanimously all women would recommend THF to other spouses.
“The 4 months of THF was so worth it. NOW he has hope in what is next which transfers to the whole family -- NOW WE HAVE HOPE,” Cindee O.
“The change in my husband is phenomenal – THF truly changed me, my family, and my kid’s future,” Janet F.
“The THF Seattle Trek felt like it was custom made just for my husband. We are excited about the opportunities back in our home state of Washington, thank you THF,” Kim S.
“THF has opened my husband to realize his full potential, his confidence is reflective of the person I married and fell in love with. We are both excited about what’s next,” Crystal M.
About The Honor Foundation
The Honor Foundation provides executive education, professional development, career coaching, and transition management to US Special Operations Forces. As the creators of the first transition institute for the US Special Operations Forces (SOF) community, The Honor Foundation collaborates closely with the Special Operations Forces community, top business schools and America’s finest companies in order to support veterans from the Naval Special Warfare (NSW) community as they move into the next phase of their careers. For more information visit www.honor.org.