Mik Todd MMI Speakers Bureau

Mik Todd is the military financial wellness program manager for Military Reconnect, MMI’s veterans’ service program. He is a combat veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, having served six years in the United States Navy as Fleet Marine Force Corpsman while attached to a Marine Corps infantry battalion.

Mik is driven and passionate about using all his talents to address the myriad of challenges faced by veterans. In 2017, he released Combat Medicine, a hip hop album aimed at positively impacting veterans’ mental health. Since the album’s release, his music has empowered thousands of lives while garnering widespread national media attention. Mik has a wide array of private and public sector experience, including financial planning for a major investment and insurance services company.

Mik’s focus is on helping our nation’s heroes realize their greatest potential by empowering their financial wellness through MMI’s interactive e-learning platforms, one-on-one counseling, and educator-led training. His goal is to improve service members’ lives by facilitating seamless financial transitions from military to civilian life. Currently, Mik is advocating for bipartisan legislation that would revolutionize service members’ journey back to private citizenship.

Based at MMI’s Atlanta contact center, Mik has been sourced by the media as a subject matter expert on veterans’ issues for NPR, CNN, HLN, CBS, Stars and Stripes, various podcasts, local news outlets, and college and military magazines. He has presented at numerous corporate and public engagements.

Mik’s areas of expertise include: military culture, active-duty to civilian transition, military financial wellness, veterans resources and benefits, and personal financial planning. Mik is available for speaking engagements throughout the United States and can be booked by contacting Thomas Nitzsche at 404.490.2227.

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