Ron Youngblut is a dedicated individual who has proudly served in the Army National Guard since 2002 and continues to serve to this day. In 2006-2007, he deployed to Iraq, where he utilized his skills as a medic to provide critical medical assistance to those in need.

Following his time in the military, In 2014, he successfully completed Camp Hope, a residential program, which equipped him with valuable knowledge and skills. Since then, he has devoted himself to helping others. Currently, his role is the Director of National Outreach at the PTSD Foundation of America.

In his current position, Ron has played a pivotal role in building a robust and cohesive team united by a common goal of improving outreach efforts for individuals affected by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Through his steadfast leadership, he has spearheaded initiatives that have significantly enhanced the foundation’s ability to connect with and support those in need.

His deep understanding of the challenges faced by veterans, coupled with his firsthand experience and compassionate nature, make him an invaluable asset to the PTSD Foundation of America. His commitment to raising awareness, fostering resilience, and providing essential resources to individuals struggling with PTSD is truly commendable.