Kyleanne Hunter, Vice President for Programs, works closely with the president to ensure that Brady's programs are designed and implemented to meet Brady's mission and that national and field assets work together for pragmatic success.
A US Marine Corps combat veteran serving multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan as an AH-1W “Super Cobra” attack pilot, Kyleanne’s actions in combat were awarded 7 Air-Strike Medals. Kyleanne also served as the Marine Corps’ Legislative Liaison Officer to the House of Representatives and the military liaison for the House Democracy Partnership. A long time gun violence prevention advocate, she co-founded Vets for Gun Reform and has appeared on multiple national and international media outlets speaking on the issue. She recently gave a TED talk on the American problem of weapons of war in places of peace.
Kyleanne is currently an adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s Masters’ in National Security Studies program. She also serves as the chair of the Employment and Integration subcommittee of the Secretary of Defenses’ Advisory Committee on Women in the Services.