The Administrative Team is comprised of former verterans from every branch of service in the U.S. Armed Forces.  They assume the primary responsibility of organizing the March for Veteran's Rights. Combined they have served a total of 50 years and counting in military service to this country and they represent countless men and women who have valiantly worn the uniform at any and all cost to preserve what we know as American freedom. They are committed to ensuring that Veteran's across the country are valued just as much after their service as they are during their service, especially in times of war. There will be a variety of leadership opportunities available, so if you have a desire to spearhead work around issue development, logistics, planning, or in general, please feel free to contact us. 
Anthony Davis

America's Vets Helping Vets for Life - Founder


Anthony Davis has a heart for people, notably Homeless Veteran's.  Three times each week, he rises early at “0 dark 30” in the morning to round up volunteers and food to give to those in need.  Mr. Davis has set a strategy and vision; his team helps to develop the strategy.  Secondly he is proficient in building the culture among his team and in the forefront of developing a cultural understanding for the Homeless Veteran's.  He believes the work gets done through people, and people are profoundly affected by culture

Marsha Trent

Chief Adminstrative Officer(CAO)/Marketing

Ms. Marsha Trent is not a veteran but a child of a Veteran and she has been involved, designed and organized various ministries and much community awareness within Baltimore, Maryland.  She manages the practical application of marketing resources and activities for the organization such as event and fundraisers.  She handles documentation preparation, for example; proposals, reports, schedules, flyers, website and business cards.

Alvester Williams, JR

Chief Operating Officer


(COO) Operations Officer – Alvester Q. Williams Jr. A Military Veteran who served 26 years in the ARMY. A dedicated Staff Sargent, a leader of Men and Women and a Supervisor and Officer with the DAV Organization of Washington DC. Chapter 14. I am also a member of the N.O.T.R. a Secret Organization of the DAV. I was just appointed Officer of the Day with the DAV. I am defender for Veterans Rights and of those in need, I have been in the forefront of providing many homeless Comrades and their families with help in areas such as Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. I keep a well-kept Database of all accounts when meeting with New Veterans. I also operate Day-to-Day activities while Focusing on the VA issues at hand, all while accomplishing my mission.

George Horton

Vice President

A well-trained Veteran and a results-oriented professional with demonstrated ability to manage and problem solve in the areas of business development, information assurance, cyber incident and response, and system administration. Under the direction of the President and CEO, the Vice President of Operations (VP) assists in management of operations and implementation of policies and procedures. Mr. Horton provides leadership and direction and Information to the organization.  He also provides proposal recommendations that will help the client (Veterans), find the need of the client and continue to make sure we provide that need. 

Geri Davis

Consultant for Veteran's with Multiple Sclerosis


Highest rank: SFC

War/Conflicts: Desert Storm

Decorations: Meritorious service medal, National Defense Service Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal w/2 Bronze Stars


My most memorable experience was my role as a 91c licensed practical nurse in the US Army Reserves, at the 2290th Walter Reed Army Medical Center. It has been quite an experience for eight years. I was one of the first 91 c’s licensed practical nurses to get deployed from my reserve unit. I was separated from the small group of women, when I was assigned to Fort Jackson, SC. I was attached to the 15th Evacuation Hospital, Fort Polk, LA.