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It's the best place I've ever worked. I'm lucky to be surrounded by colleagues who are passionate to serve Veterans every step of the way and I'm proud to be on their team. I've been in my current location for three years and I look forward to doing my job every day. Working where I do, I get to be right there to help Veterans navigate the system, be heard, validated and have their needs met. I cannot imagine anything better than to be there for them.


More generation x, group related communication, generation gaps between ages and military and civilian ethics, being the only Black in the department I had to make or go beyond my personal exceptions based on color and affiliation and baby boomer generation in order to be accepted as a team player or already established culture behavior.


VA culture focuses on the physical health of veteran patients, and their human capital developments are concerned with health care professions. Facility maintenance is a secondary concern.


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