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Project RELO warmly welcomes our newest Board Member

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Project RELO Announces Chicago Native, Jim Vaselopulos to Board of Directors

Chicago, IL (February 12, 2018) – Project RELO announces the appointment of an officer to its Board of Directors. The new appointment is board member, Jim Vaselopulos of Rafti Advisors, Inc. and The Leadership Podcast, a Chicago native. They have also announced that Chairman, Christian Anschuetz of UL, Northbrook, IL and Board Member, Bob Reynolds, of Solution Partners, Naperville, IL will remain on the Board of Directors.

Project RELO is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating business executives on the benefits of hiring military veterans. This education occurs during immersive leadership courses where veterans and corporate executives conduct simulated military exercises on U.S. Army bases. Project RELO aims to improve the quality of careers being generated for transitioning military and veterans. Project RELO board members are responsible for guiding the development of the programs and outreach to further Project RELO’s mission.

“We are pleased and honored that Jim has joined our board” said Casey McEuin, Executive Director, Project RELO. “Jim is passionate about helping veterans leverage their leadership and management skills to the benefit of organizations of all sizes. Jim has a deep experience and background working with companies to develop leadership and high-performance teams. We are excited about the insights and perspectives that he will bring our non-profit.”

Jim Vaselopulos, who is the Founder/CEO of Rafti Advisors, Inc. has been actively involved in working with veterans though his mentorship role at Bunker Labs and through The Leadership Podcast. Prior to joining the Project RELO board, Vaselopulos has founded and held executive roles at PSC Group, LLC, Class Act, Midtown Athletic Club, Accertify and Rockwell Automation. Jim is also an alumni of Project RELO participating as an executive mentor during several leadership missions.

“Our non-profit continues to expand our outreach as a direct result of people like Jim,” Christian Anschuetz, Chairman, Project RELO said. “He’s been an unbelievable asset to Project RELO and our military veterans. I am pleased he has joined our board and will be part of growing our organization.”