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Sep
19
Aug

EXCITING NEWS AT THRESHOLD GLOBALWORKS!

Loree Sutton has been appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio as the NYC Commissioner of Veterans’ Affairs, a position she will assume on September 2, 2014 (see link below for details). Effective immediately, she is stepping down from her role as Co-Director, Threshold GlobalWorks, LLC, transferring full directorship duties to Laurie Leitch. We look forward to tackling […]

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28
Apr

What’s “Organizational Plasticity” Got to Do With It?

As springtime gets underway we have been reflecting with gratitude and excitement on the ways in which our work is expanding and the many individuals and organizations that share our goal of building “communities that work.” We started Threshold GlobalWorks in order to expand beyond a focus on individual-level resilience to systems-level resilience. Work and […]

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14
Apr

ALL THE WAY HOME

As the Fort Hood memorial services wind to a close, we are called as a country to cultivate an abiding empathy for the strengths and struggles of our Armed Forces and their families as they continue to navigate the complex challenges of military service compounded by over a decade of continuous wars. The stories they […]

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24
Feb

YES TO GILLIBRAND BILL– NO INSTITUTION BLOCKS AND TACKLES LIKE THE US MILITARY

Our history of emergent cultural change, led by military experience, provides reason for optimism as well as enduring civilian oversight. Vigilance and oversight, in that no institution blocks change like the military; confidence and optimism, in that no institution on earth tackles change as successfully as the US military. The current issue under debate is […]

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15
Jan

WAR AND INK: IMAGES AND STORIES TOLD THROUGH TATTOOS

Laurie Leitch and Brigadier General (ret.) Loree Sutton are in the process of putting together a book about the war-related tattoos of OEF/OIF active military and veterans. The book is intended to be a way to inform the public about the war experience through image and story. If you have a tattoo that reflects your experience […]

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