Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) elected new members and leadership to its all-volunteer board of directors. LTG (R) Ken Hunzeker ’75 succeeds Kathleen Widmer as board chair, and LTC (R) Bill Selman ’83 is the new vice chair. In addition, CPT (R) Florent Groberg, senior director for Azure Government Mission Engineering; Master Gunnery Sgt. (R) Scott H. Stalker, founder and CEO of S2 Stalker Solutions; and Command Sgt. Maj. (R) Lindsey Streeter, senior vice president of veteran and military affairs program lead for Bank of America, were elected to the board.
Hunzeker, who served in the Army for 35 years, including deputy commanding general of U.S. forces in Iraq, joined the WWP board in 2020 and served most recently as vice chair. He is the former CEO and president of Vectrus, an infrastructure and global logistics company. Previously, Hunzeker served as vice president of government relations at ITT Defense. Hunzeker has been honored as a Distinguished Graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
Selman also joined the WWP board in 2020. He is the managing director of Graham Company, one of the country’s most extensive insurance and employee benefits brokers. He served five years in various leadership and staff positions in the U.S. Army’s combat arms units. In 1988, Selman transferred from active duty to the U.S. Army Reserve and began a 10-year career with Mobil Oil. He retired from military service in 2009 but continues to give back to his community as a volunteer with various nonprofit organizations.