This Veterans Day, we want to reintroduce Rodney Little, a proud veteran acting as TerraVida's Director of Veteran Affairs. Rodney actively works at leading our efforts to give back to those who have sacrificed so much for so many, and for whom we owe, not only our gratitude, but our financial and emotional support. Rodney is our hero!
In his work with The Veteran Multi-Service Center, Rodney has helped countless veterans to acquire housing, food and clothing, in addition to job training so they were able to successfully re-enter the workforce. His tireless pursuit to empower veterans has directly impacted and changed the lives of minority veterans in Philadelphia and throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Rodney has served his country for more than 35 years in the United States Army and in veterans affairs. After a 20 year career as a Police Officer for Philadelphia Housing Authority and 29 years at Fort Dix in the United States Army Reserve where he retired as a Sergeant Major, Rodney Little began serving as President/CEO of the consulting firm, RL Little Consulting where he currently advises organizations on the most efficient way to allocate resources to provide the greatest support to those in need.
As Co-Host of “The Board Room Meeting” on WWDB AM Talk Radio 860, Rodney lends his expertise to the general public, leading on-air discussions on topics related to business, politics, and social issues.
Rodney is also involved in many local organizations and served as the Commissioner of former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett's Advisory Commission on African American Affairs, Board Member of the United States Military Academy Selection Panel, and President of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #106.
TerraVida will be investing in the lives of many diverse groups within the communities they serve, and veterans are at the forefront of that effort. Acting as our Director of Veterans Affairs, Rodney is a liaison between TerraVida and various veterans groups actively recruiting veterans for employment opportunities within the TerraVida organization.
If you would like to support the Veterans Multi Service Center please consider a small donation here.