Brett Dick manages an array of tasks as a Co-Founder and Director of Community Outreach for Warriors for Freedom Foundation, which includes attending and coordinating community engagements and awareness opportunities.
Brett has served many charitable groups in the effort of raising awareness for the veteran community. He was a Board of Director for the Mental Health Association of Central Oklahoma, which provides free or low cost mental health services to both veterans and their families as well as a member of the Coordinating Council of 211 Oklahoma, which provides information and referral services to those in crises and in every day needs of human services. Brett is currently a Board of Director for the Aaron Alley Memorial Scholarship Fund, which provides students of Woodward High School with scholarships in Aaron’s name.
Although he never served in the military, Brett has always had a passion for supporting the men and women who sacrifice their lives for his freedom. He feels it is important to convey to the active duty and veteran communities, that there are millions of non serving, patriotic Americans that proudly stand behind them. Through his passion and business experience, he strives to cultivate events and activities that are not only a fun and healing experiences for our veterans but also a fun and educational experiences for our sponsor, supporters and volunteers.
Brett has been married to his wife, Tracy, since 2006 and currently resides in Edmond, OK. His brother-in-law, CMDR. Brett Eckert, is a currently serving as a pilot in the U.S. Navy.