Three Wire Systems, LLC Executive Vice President Recognized as ‘Champion of Change’


Jennifer Christman awarded 2019 Service to the Citizen, Champions of Change Award for excellence in serving veterans and uniformed professionals.

Three Wire Systems, LLC (Three Wire) is proud to announce that Jennifer Christman, chief and executive vice president of Behavioral Programs, has been awarded the 2019 Service to the Citizen, Champions of Change Award. She is being recognized as an industry leader that defines excellence in public sector service delivery.

The Service to the Citizen Award is part of the wider Champions of Change program, presented by Dorris Consulting International, recognizing professionals who improve and positively transform the customer experience of the U.S. government’s most critical services. These individuals leverage technology to break down barriers between federal agencies and the people they serve. Three Wire’s Chief Executive Officer Dan Frank was a recipient of the same award last year.

“Jennifer’s commitment to serving government employees shines through in the significant strides she has made at Three Wire,” said Frank. “Our company has excelled in designing proven models to serve those who serve others. Because of Jennifer’s leadership and commitment to raising awareness about the unique needs of veterans, she has been instrumental in growing Three Wire’s VetAdvisor program and putting us on the map as national experts on veteran-centric holistic care.”

VetAdvisor has conducted more than 750,000 care coordination and coaching sessions since its establishment in 2007. By matching comprehensive wellness solutions that protect, support and advocate for military personnel and veterans with business goals, Three Wire Systems has positively impacted the user experience for our nation’s heroes. More recently, it has expanded its offerings to include MyAdvisor which serves first responders, educators, and other professionals providing wellness, career, financial, and navigational advocacy support.

“It’s a true honor to be recognized as a Champion of Change among other notable leaders,” said Jennifer Christman. “I thank my colleagues and mentors for working tirelessly to push the needle in finding solutions to help veterans, uniformed professionals and their families. I can’t wait to see what our team accomplishes next.”

On May 2, 2019, Service to the Citizen honorees were recognized at a lunch program in Washington, D.C. in coordination with Public Service Recognition Week.

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