Sam Kille

Sam Kille is the communications manager for the Bob Woodruff Foundation. He is a seasoned crisis communicator, media spokesperson and storyteller who has handled the good, bad and the ugly -- from disaster zones to board rooms -- in the non-profit, military and emergency services fields. Kille served more than a decade in the Marine Corps, initially as an amphibious assault vehicle crewman before making the move to public affairs, with deployments to the Mediterranean and South America. He continues his service at home as a volunteer with Team Rubicon.

Recent articles from Sam Kille

Kirstie Ennis, pictured, a Marine vet, wounded warrior, and a 2018 Paralympic.
The Marine Vet Turned Pro Athlete Who Is Raising Awareness For Wounded Warriors
Marine vet Kirstie Ennis will represent the United States in the Walk of Britain, which kicks off in August.
Andrew Bement is promoted to first lieutenant while deployed to Afghanistan, 2013.
Meet The Vet Walking Across England To Support Troops Wounded In Combat
Former Marine Andrew Bement is gearing up to walk 1,000 miles next month in honor of wounded warriors.