Military Advisors

Jack Hammond

Brigadier General U.S. Army (Ret.)

Chairman, Military Advisory Board

Executive Director Home Base (A Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program)

Leads the nation’s premier center of excellence for the mental health and brain injuries that affect our Veterans and their families. Drawing upon the faculty of Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Home Base has reimagined what is possible by developing new treatment models and a full spectrum of care for the invisible wounds of war. Hammond has raised more than 130 million dollars to fund breakthrough clinical programs at the nation’s first and largest private sector clinical center for Veterans. This state-of-the-art national center for innovation has delivered first class care and support, at no cost, to more than 25,000 people from all 50 states and 6 countries. In addition, Home Base faculty has trained more than 75,000 clinicians, participated in national research projects, and most recently launched a national media channel to extend the reach of its non-clinical programs.

Sidney R. Hinds II

MD, FAAN, Colonel U.S. Army (Ret.)

Executive leader in healthcare, traumatic brain injury, strategy, leadership, and policy. Neurologist, Nuclear Medicine and Molecular imaging physician. Served as the Brain Health Research Program Coordinator for the DoD Blast Injury Research Program Coordinating office and as the Medical Advisor to the Assistant for Research and Technology (PAT&T), Medical Research and Material Command, FT Detrick, MD. Served as national director of Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center Co-Principal Investigator, Long-term impact of Military-relevant Brain Injury Consortium Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium. While deployed to Afghanistan oversaw care at 11 concussion care centers. Dr. Hinds was the National Director of the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC), which supported treatment sites and clinical research, educated service members and caregivers, and consolidated and reported data on TBI. Currently, Assistant Professor, Departments of Radiology and Neurology, Uniformed Services University, United States Military Academy, BS Engineering. Earned his Medical Degree from University of Connecticut Health Center.

William “Burke” Garrett III

Lieutenant General, U.S. Army (Ret.)

Independent consultant. Works with people and organizations to bring innovative solutions to national security challenges. Executive Advisor to the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program in Atlanta, GA. Key member of the Warrior Care NetworkÒ ­treating post traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, trauma, anxiety and depression related to military service. Culminating military assignment was Deputy Commander of United States European Command where he provided leadership to address complex security challenges across 51 nations, including 8 NATO nations. Previously served as Deputy Commanding General of U.S. Army Forces Command, responsible for the readiness of approximately 800,000 Active Army, U.S. Army Reserve, and Army National Guard soldiers­­­–majority of the Army’s combat power.

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