Christopher Earl is a proud gamer. If you couldn’t tell by his wardrobe of almost-strictly gaming jerseys, you will quickly find out once you chat with him. Earl kicked off his gaming career when he was six years old and it quickly became a hobby of his as he started to dramatically increase his skill level. After finishing his service in the United States Marine Corps, Earl discovered that gaming was a great tool to help him ease back into civilian life. Inspired to assist other service members through the challenging process of reentering civilian life, Earl created Regiment.
“Service before self” has been ingrained in Ernesto Hernandez’s mind since his first day at the United States Air Force, a saying he never thought would someday mean he wouldn’t be returning home. Hernandez gave an exclusive interview on his Purple Heart, the Wounded Paw Project, and more.
History was never Dr. Cathy Gorn’s favorite subject, but it only took one class in college for her to fall in love with the subject. Now as Executive Director of National History Day, Dr. Gorn's mission is clear — to change how history is taught and learned.