Got Your 6 Storytellers is an annual program that showcases the exemplary talents and ideas of some of our country’s brightest and most groundbreaking veterans. Each year around Veterans Day, Got Your 6’s supporters join us in person and online to celebrate the accomplishments of our veteran Storytellers and become #VetInspired by their stories of leadership.

Got Your 6 2017 Storytellers will be held in Los Angeles on November 6 and Washington, D.C. on November 8. Stay tuned for more details!

Watch Our 2016 Storytellers Share Their Stories

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    Ce-Ce Mazyck

    Army Veteran


    Centra “Ce-Ce” Mazyck is an Army veteran, a member of Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) and of Disabled American Veterans of America (DAV). Ce-Ce enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserves in 1995 to pursue her dream of getting an education. While in the Reserves, she ended up falling in love with serving her country and went on active duty in 1997. By 2003 Ce-Ce had risen to the rank of sergeant first class in the Army’s elite 82nd Airborne Division and had become a Senior Parachutist, with dozens of jumps logged. However, that year, during a routine training jump at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Ce-Ce suffered a life-changing injury that damaged her spinal cord and paralyzed her from the waist down. She was told she would never walk again.  With hard work and determination, Ce-Ce has overcome many hurdles, and resumed her active and athletic lifestyle, and has become an accomplished Paralympian. Ce-Ce took Bronze at the World Championship Games in Lyon, France. She was also a Gold Medalist at the Paralympic Trials for the 2012 Paralympic Games in London. She is a 22-time Gold Medalist at the National Veterans Wheelchair Games. Today, Ce-Ce is in a position to inspire audiences both young and old, and she is relentless in that work. As she likes to say, Ce-Ce is #UNSTOPPABLE.

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    Marjorie Williams

    Air Force Veteran


    Marjorie Williams is Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs, at Endemol Shine North America, where she oversees development matters for ESNA’s unscripted programming team, digital division, and Latino division. Marjorie also handles day-to-day corporate matters. Prior to joining ESNA, Marjorie was Senior Counsel, Business and Legal Affairs, at Comedy Central. In that role, Marjorie was one of a handful of attorneys primarily focused on digital/new media transactions and was instrumental in structuring and negotiating digital content deals for programming that was distributed via SnapChat, Instagram, Vine, Periscope, YouTube, Sirius XM radio, and other SVOD/AVOD platforms. Marjorie began her legal career as Manager, Business and Legal Affairs, at BET Networks where she negotiated and drafted a variety of development and production agreements for BET’s scripted and unscripted programs. Marjorie holds a B.A. from Howard University, an M.A. from the University of Oklahoma, a J.D. from Loyola Law School-Los Angeles, and an Executive M.B.A. from the University of Michigan. Marjorie also serves her country as a major in the U.S. Air Force Reserves, with 16+ years of combined active duty and reserve service.

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    Zee Kitonyi

    Army Veteran

    Police Officer and Trainer

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    Chris Diaz

    Navy Veteran

    Performance Coach and Ph.D. Candidate

    Chris Diaz is completing his Ph.D. in clinical psychology with an emphasis on human performance at Drexel University in Philadelphia. In 2013 he was awarded the prestigious Pat Tillman scholarship. Chris developed a passion for psychology while serving in the Navy as a Fleet Marine Force Corpsman. During his service Chris saw first hand how mental strength often dictated what a fellow sailor or Marine was capable of accomplishing. He realized his life’s purpose would be the pursuit of understanding and sharing the science of the mind. In his desire to continue to serve, Chris formed his company Serve1, a human performance think tank that merges a collective of diverse experts who work with clients to implement positive lifestyle changes. Chris is also a performance coach for the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute, an industry leader in energy for performance training. Always striving to be the best version of himself, Chris seeks experiences that force him to grow. He holds a black belt in the martial art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, has summited Mount Kilimanjaro and is always on the search for the next adventure while still appreciating the present.


2017 Storytellers

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