Coordinator, Leadership Development

Cassidy Cheshire

Office Location: Remote Employee: Albuquerque, NM

cassidy.cheshire@travismanion.org

Top Character Strengths

LOVE - HONESTY - CURIOSITY

 

Personality Profile

What character strength do you value the most and why? 
I value love and honesty the most. I believe you can never care too much about others, and that every person deserves to feel loved and appreciated for who they uniquely are and what they put out into the world. I also highly value being sincere - I aim to say what I mean, mean what I say, and be genuine and authentic in both my words and actions. 


How do your top character strengths support your work at TMF? 
With love, I can extend appreciation to our nation’s veterans and families of the fallen - infusing my work with an abundance of care for their development. With honesty, I can show up for every member of TMF by being transparently me, hopefully empowering others to do the same. Lastly, my curiosity will keep me motivated to innovate and strengthen TMF’s leadership development opportunities. 

What do you enjoy most about working with veterans, survivors, and inspired civilians?
I have always wanted to work with people in a capacity that helps them grow, and in doing so, makes me grow as well. I love being able to make a positive difference in these individuals’ lives as I am inspired by them and look forward to the impact they will have on my life as well. 

More About Cassidy

01

Education

B.S. Psychology, B.F.A Musical Theatre, M.S. Psychology.

02

Skills and Expertise

Data-driven insights, public speaking, and program design.

03

Passions and Interests

International travel, theatre, swing dancing, snowboarding, and nature.

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Military Connection

Inspired civilian with beloved friends and non-immediate family members who are Veterans.

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