Welcome To Bronx CB7 Veterans Services Committee

Mission is to serve in the advisory capacity striving to enrich and enhance the quality of life for Veteran’s, their families and dependents. Purpose: To Strengthen relationships with government, external shareholders in an effort to provide advocacy, outreach services, and community support for common goals; To Inform, educate, increase choices, recognize and create awareness of quality programs, projects, resources and services for community members; and To Serve as a valuable community resource and makes recommendation regarding current issues affecting Veterans, their families and dependents

Robyn L. Saunders, MPA
Committee Chair


Committee Members

Chad Royer

Jeffrey Hunter

Cole Hawkins

Emmanuel Martinez

Carmen Miranda

Anthony Perez

Jean Hill

Committee Meets Monthly:

Every Second Thursday      Time: 6:30pm

Thursday -October 5, 2017 @ 6:30PM Location: Bronx CB7 Office 229-A East 204th Street, Bronx NY 10458Veterans Committee Meeting
  • Hosted Third Annual Veterans and Community Job Fair with New York Public Library (CEIS) Career, Education and Information Services Department at The Bronx Library Center
  • Hosted First Annual Veterans Breakfast and Soaring Eagle Award Ceremony at Herbert H. Lehman College
  • Acknowledged and Presented Family Members, Dependents, Mentors and Friends with First Ever Wind Beneath My Wings Award Ceremony.
  • Hosted Second Annual Veterans and Community Job Fair with NYS Senator Gustavo Rivera, NYC Assemblyman Jose Rivera and New York Public Library (CEIS) Career, Education and Information Services Department at Herbert H. Lehman College
  • Footage Below: 
  • http://abc7ny.com/news/tiempo-on-september-4-2016-part-1/1501590/
  • http://abc7ny.com/news/tiempo-on-september-4-2016-part-2/1501596/
  • Hosted First Annual Veterans and Community Job Fair with NYS Senator Gustavo Rivera and New York Public Library (CEIS) Career, Education and Information Services Department at The Bronx Library Center, drew over 1200 Job Seekers.
  • Replaced The Bronx Victory Memorial at Mosholu Parkway at Marion Avenue