CANA joins the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Hiring our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program
Updated: Sep 13, 2022
CANA is dedicated to supporting our country’s veterans. In keeping with the company’s outreach and advocacy efforts, CANA recently joined a group of businesses to participate in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Hiring Our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program (HoH CFP). The 12-week program provides transitioning service members with professional training and hands-on experience with world-class civilian organizations during the final weeks of their military service. Hosting companies receive the benefit of access to some of our nation’s best and brightest transitioning service members as well as receive a comprehensive insight into the veteran job market.
From left to right; CANA CEO/CFO Liz Cranston, CANA Fellow Jason Fincher, CANA Fellow Jason Heuer, CANA COO Rob Cranston.
CANA is pleased to welcome two HoH Fellows in its inaugural launch of the CANA HoH program!
Jason “Finch” Fincher is a transitioning Marine Corps Major with 23 years experience in logistics and analysis. He is a native of Idaho and resides with his family in Fairfax, Virginia. Jason has multiple combat deployments to Iraq, Marine Expeditionary Unit experience in the Pacific, and supported response efforts to the Fukushima nuclear reactor accident. He is also the founder and president of the Association for Marine Corps Logisticians, a professional group for the Marine Corps logistics community. Jason’s recent work experience includes analysis of logistics support to Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations. While at CANA, Jason will get the opportunity to work with several ongoing projects including transportation modeling and social media marketing.
“This program is a really great opportunity for veterans and the host companies. It is a rare win-win scenario. I am really looking forward to learning everything I can from the CANA team.”
Jason “Woogie” Heuer is a Marine Corps lieutenant colonel transitioning to the civilian workforce after 23 years of service, primarily as an UH-1Y pilot. He is a native of Indiana and resides with his family in Vienna, Virginia. Jason deployed five times to Iraq and Afghanistan in support of Operations IRAQI FREEDOM and ENDURING FREEDOM. He also served as an instructor at The Basic School in Quantico, Virginia, the commanding officer of Headquarters Squadron 39 at Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, and as an action officer at the Pentagon, supporting the Chief of Naval Operations and the Commandant of the Marine Corps in various roles. Jason’s recent work experience includes analysis on the potential next generation of aircraft carriers, including the integration of the MQ-25A into the Carrier Air Wing, and the development of the 2019 and 2020 Marine Corps Aviation Plans. During his time with CANA, Jason will have the opportunity to work on several ongoing projects, including work with CANA Drone Solutions.
“I am extremely thankful for the opportunity provided by the Hiring Our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program and CANA Advisors. Their shared commitment to supporting transitioning service members is to be applauded, and I look forward to contributing to CANA and their projects.”
CANA hopes to expand on the program in the future by providing transitioning veterans insights into the virtual work environment and the power of analytics in the corporate market. HoH conducts three cohorts per year and has chapters nationwide at select installations. To learn more about the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Hiring Our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program, please see the following link - https://www.hiringourheroes.org
For any questions about CANA’s HoH Program, please contact Elizabeth Cranston at email@example.com