Vetwork's vision is to become a vendor of choice for organizations that need high-impact training and education programs and support services.
Everything that Vetwork does is guided by our commitment to always deliver on our promises and to treat others as we would like others to treat us.
We are proud to be a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Concern (SDVOSBC).
Actors play out difficult scenarios on stage while interacting with a live audience to affect the direction of scenarios and story outcomes. Live performances are written and facilitated to meet your unique training requirements.
We can provide a multitude of supportive services including project management, information management, and knowledge management. Our services can include:
Lifelines is a suicide prevention live show currently performing at Fort Hood in Texas. Since 2009, Lifelines has trained over 100,000 Soldiers, Family Members, Department of the Army (DA) Civilians, and Retirees – none of whom is known to have subsequently committed suicide. Lifelines has helped Fort Hood suicides decrease by more than two thirds, from 22 per year to 7 per year (2008 - 2013).
Home Team is a domestic violence prevention training program that has helped over 20,000 Army Soldiers, family members and DA Civilians.
Vetwork provided on-site Information Management and Knowledge Management support to the Center for the Army Profession and Ethic (CAPE) at West Point
Lyn is a retired Vietnam-era Marine. He served 26 years, entered as a private and retired as a colonel. Lyn served as an infantryman and as a pilot and was a charter member of the Defense Acquisition Workforce and the DOD Modeling and Simulation Working Group. Lyn founded Vetwork in 2005.
Matt served in the Marines from 1995 through 2006. He was an LAV Scout-sniper in the initial force to enter Baghdad in 2003 and spent over 33 months in Iraq and other middle east locales. Matt is a graduate of the Oxford University (London) Said School of Business and was a 2014 Harvard Senior Executive Fellow.
Andrew manages the cast and crew for Vetwork's Interactive Role-Play Training at Fort Hood for Lifelines Suicide Prevention and Home Team Domestic Violence Prevention, and has been a part of the team since September 2015. He has a BFA in Theater Management and is also a B. Iden Payne Award nominated Stage Manager, Sound Designer, and Playwright.