Role and Company
Schmitt Jr, Wisconsin Veterans Chamber Of Commerce
1 years experience in nonprofit
About Curtis L.
Curtis L. Schmitt Jr. is a combat medic, a Veteran advocate, a community activist and a servant leader. He is a President’s Club Recipient, a National Achieving Banker, and a lifelong learner. He is the Membership Director for the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce and was previously a Vice President of Investments, a Small Business Specialist, and a Private Client Banker at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. He was the chairman and founder of a Business Resource Group called VETS (Voices for Employees That Served), and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Soldiers’ Angels, a global nonprofit serving Veterans and Service Members, and VETMotorsports, a national non-profit placing injured warriors either behind the wheel of a race car or among the crew. He has led over 80 volunteer events with organizations like Stars and Stripes Honor Flight, Carry the Load, Junior Achievement and more. He is passionate about helping the Veteran population and takes pride in helping his fellow community members. While being culturally diverse he is an expert in the transition of Veterans and Service-members. Having struggled with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and a Readjustment Disorder he understands the internal challenges Veterans face when transitioning, and he understands the struggle Service-members face when serving abroad. Having served in Afghanistan and Iraq with the Army’s infamous 10th Mountain Division he is continuing his service to our nation by assisting as many Veterans and Service-members as he can.
Curtis graduated with honors with a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Economics from Ashford University and is currently pursuing his Executive MBA at the University of Wisconsin. He has held multiple investment licenses, has a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma, and has been nominated for multiple awards for his work in the community.
“Your true worth is determined by how much more you give in value than you take in payment.” –Bob Burg and John David Mann