At the January 30, 2019 capstone event for the WeWork Veterans in Residence (VIR) Program, powered by Bunker Labs, Entegrit Founder & President Will Woldenberg was recognized with the Bunker Labs Distinguished Leadership Award. The award is given to VIR participants that provide exceptional leadership and mentorship within the program and in their individual industries.
Along with Entegrit Vice-President Jim Blanchet, Will was presented with certificates and challenge coins to represent their accomplishments during the program. The awards were presented by Dennis Miller (Bunker Labs Philadelphia City Leader), Adam Nelson (Bunker Labs Experience Director for the Northeast Region) and Major General Walter Lord, President of Valley Forge Military Academy & College and was the keynote speaker for the capstone event.
Bunker Labs Philadelphia hosted the winter 2019 capstone, which celebrates the work of veteran entrepreneurs as they conclude six months of hard work growing their businesses in the VIR Program. The WeWork Veterans in Residence (VIR) Program, powered by Bunker labs, provides fully sponsored work space to tribes of 10 veterans across 14 cities every six months. During the event, each Founder or pair of founders was given the opportunity to pitch their businesses and present their accomplishments during the VIR Program, as well as share projections for their upcoming year.