Why did The NonProfit Times drop WWP from Best NonProfits to Work For?


Why did The NonProfit Times drop The Wounded Warrior Project from its Best NonProfits to Work For list in 2016? We know for a fact that NPT's survey of WWP's 400-plus staff put the organization in NPT's top 50. In three of the last five years WWP was ranked No. 1.


About this Blog

This blog was created by Steven Nardizzi, former CEO of Wounded Warrior Project and Al Giordano, former COO. On March 10, 2016, we were fired by the board of the WWP in the wake of media reports about wasteful spending at the charity we had led for eight years. In the same press release announcing our firings, the Board of WWP issued findings of an independent investigation disproving the allegations contained in those media reports. Nevertheless, the media's false reporting has taken hold and and we are forced to defend ourselves and the wonderful organization and people that has done so much help our wounded veterans.

© 2016 by Steven Nardizzi and Al Giordano