Operation Stand Down Tennessee has chosen Col. John Krenson to be its new executive director, effective May 1.
Krenson, who takes the place of longtime leader Bill Burleigh, completed tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and was a project officer at the Joint Forces Headquarters for the Tennessee Army National Guard in Nashville. He is a 2012 graduate of the prestigious U.S. Army War College, where he earned a master's degree in strategic studies, and also is a permanent deacon at Christ the King Parish.
"I am honored for the opportunity to lead Operation Stand Down Tennessee, which contributes such a vital service to the community and beyond," Krenson said. "I intend to apply my leadership experience from the military, the public sector and the private sector to shape this organization for the future and help it continue to thrive. I believe every veteran deserves a successful civilian life, and I am excited to help the fine men and women who have served their country reach that goal."
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