Warrior Talk Radio is super excited to have the amazing JT Cooper and the incredible Scott Bill with the Director of the Brian Bill foundation, Denise Grant, as well as, an attendee, Chris. Fantastic people doing so much to give back to the community!
Scott Bill is the father of SOC/Navy SEAL Brian Bill, and founder of the Brian Bill Foundation. A 501(c)3 National Public Charity Organization. Scott has been the President and Owner of Custom Home Building Company’s in Sarasota, FL and Boston, MA for over 35 years.
Denise R. Grant, LCSW received her BA in Psychology in 1983 and MSW in 1986 from Louisiana State University. She specializes in the field of Trauma, Threat Assessment and Military issues. Ms. Grant has been trained in and has worked extensively with CISD, EMDR, TIR and ART treatment modalities. She has worked with mass disaster, aviation, workplace violence and crisis response for over 20 years. From August 2008 through February 2012, Denise worked with the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Care Coalition. During this time, Ms. Grant developed unique therapeutic retreats focused on TBI/PTSD, education and counseling for both service members and their families. Ms Grant been asked to replicate her program for The Lone Survivor Foundation, The Brian Bill Foundation and Warrior Mission: At EASE, in order to bring her therapeutic programs to their mission with Warriors. Maintaining a private practice in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl., she currently works conducting retreats focused on combat PTSD, mTBI, chronic pain issues and Military Sexual Trauma. Ms Grant also works as a contractor for DoD providing counseling to active duty and their families.
Chris is an attendee of the Brian Bill Foundation. He was in 3rd Ranger BN from 1988 through 1994. he served in Special Forces from 2002 to Present. He had a total of 12 combat tours all the way back to Operation Just Cause. Chris severed in Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns and other locations in support of US interest. He has TBI, PTSD and suffer with chronic pain from other injuries from combat wounds.
JT Cooper is a veteran of the Battle of Mogadishu and a 20 year country singer/songwriter. He served in the US Army and was wounded in Mogadishu. He is a Warrior Poet, singer, songwriter… AMERICAN!
You can find more of JT’s music HERE.