Veteran Jonathan Warren talks about his experience with the Inifinite Hero Foundation and the growing collaboration in the non-profit and medical fields.
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With Infinite Hero and looking back all those years ago when we had our first visit meeting. I think it was 2013 or 14. I'm not exactly sure. But everything was just kind of getting started and it was a really neat idea, let’s bring people together, let’s have different pillars of overall healing and see what we can come up with. So to watch the development over the years and how many organizations have gotten together and actually collaborated. I think one of the biggest difficulties within the nonprofit realm and just in medicine in general is competition. And everyone wants to hold onto their technology, they want to hold onto their money and make sure that money comes to them. So what I'm seeing more and more and what Infinite Hero is really encouraging is collaboration and being able to find out what’s working, what’s not working so that we can actually heal the veterans that need to be healed instead of worry about our pocketbooks and our reputation and all this different stuff. So I think it’s been a fantastic journey watching the walls and barriers kind of get obliterated if you will in certain ways and then the knowledge that’s being shared. And I'm excited for the future and how Infinite Hero expands and really impacts I think the mental health space and traumatic injuries in a profound way. This video was produced by BrainLine thanks to generous support from the Infinite Hero Foundation.