Jason “Doc” Parsons was born in Chicago, IL. Before joining the military he spent ten years in the global derivative markets. Ending his career as Director of Institutional Sales for a Chicago brokerage firm, in June 2005 he joined the Army as a Combat Medic; by November he deployed to Ar Ramadi, Iraq with the 54th Engineer Battalion. In 2009 he was medically discharged (Honorable) and now he divides his time between working on the project and currently is the Digital Marketing Director for Zaner Group, a brokerage firm in Chicago. Doc is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer and is a full voting and majority board member. Send Doc an email
Rob Craven grew up outside of Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Joining the Army in 2006 immediately after High School as a Military Intelligence Systems Maintainer, his first duty station was Fort Bragg. In September 2001, he lost two uncles in the WTC's North and South towers and that became his driving force behind his dedication to service. Rob was deployed to Iraq in 2008 with the 18th Airborne Corps. Eight months after returning home, he was sent to Texas for his next, and last, duty station. Honorably discharged from the Army in 2011, Rob sought other ways to help the troops, one of those being contracting work in Afghanistan; deploying there in September 2011 for fifteen months. Prior to leaving Rob found The Graffiti of War Project and volunteered his services as a down range photographer. After being with the project for a number of months, Rob joined the team as the Social Media Director and is now years later is the Executive Vice President, Operations as well as a full voting member of the board. Send Rob an email
Stephen W. Tenner was born and raised just north of New York city. Stephen is an American actor, vocalist and former law enforcement officer. He is known for his role as Detective James Kelly in The Discovery ID Show I Am Homicide and has had recurring roles on world famous programs to include NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Stephen joined the Graffiti of War Project officially in the fall of 2015 and is currently the Executive Vice President of Operations and a full voting member of the board.
Jeremy Mull, born in Honolulu, Hawaii, he spent most of his childhood bouncing from one duty station to another until settling in Albany, GA. During his senior year 9/11 occurred, Jeremy felt the call to serve. Joining the USMC in the fall of 2002, Jeremy would go on to serve 27 months of duty in Iraq. His time in the Marine Corps he considered the best and worst time of his life to date. Upon finishing his tour of duty in the spring of 2008, he returned home to attend his father’s alma mater, West Virginia University in the fall of 2009. On the first day of veterans’ orientation, he met fellow veteran Jaeson “Doc” Parsons and the rest, as they say, was history. The Graffiti of War Project would become a life's passion for the team, which includes Rob Craven, and Stephen Tenner. Jeremy is currently the Director of Marketing and voting board member of the Graffiti of War Project. Send Jeremy an email
Jason Deckman grew up in Allegany, NY. He joined the Army in 1994 and has been a Combat Engineer ever since. He's been deployed to Bosnia, Kosovo, Kuwait and Iraq. The high point of his career came in 2004 when he attended Sapper Leader Course at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. He transitioned to the Army Reserves in 2007 and is currently assigned to the 980th Engineer Battalion in Austin, TX. He lives in Killeen with his wife, Melinda. Jason was one of the original collaborators of the project and is an honorary member of the team.
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