Lt. General Michael Ferriter, U.S. Army (Retired)
President and CEO
Lt. General Michael Ferriter, U.S. Army (Retired) serves as President and CEO of the National Veterans Memorial and Museum. In his role, Lt. General Ferriter leads the development of a national community and funding base for the Museum. He communicates the mission and vision to Veterans, active military, donors, partners, and other key constituencies. Lt. General Ferriter strives to create a community gathering place where the general public can join Veterans and members of the United States Armed Forces in celebrating the service and honoring the sacrifice made by Veterans.
William J. Butler
Colonel, U.S. Army (Retired)
Chief of Staff
Bill comes to the Museum after 27 years of service in the U.S. Army as a career Infantry officer. As the Chief of Staff he prioritizes, coordinates, and synchronizes the efforts of the staff to achieve the short and long term goals and missions of the Museum president and CEO.
Vice President of Finance and Administration
Jeff serves as the Museum’s Vice President of Finance and Administration. In his role he serves as the Chief Financial Officer and oversees finance, human resources, contracting, facilities management and information technology. Jeff’s responsibilities also include preparation and management of the museum’s annual operating budget, and financial planning.
Vice President of Advancement
Candace serves as the Museum’s Vice President of Advancement. In this role she oversees all fundraising, membership and development initiatives. Candace’s responsibilities include building the Museum’s regional and national fundraising network through recruiting Board Members, individual and corporate memberships, philanthropic donations and exclusive partnerships.
Associate Director of Visitor Experience
Andy serves as the Museum’s Associate Director of Visitor Experience. In his role he serves as the Museum’s point of contact for visitor services, education programming and exhibition and design. Andy’s responsibilities also include management of new interpretive programming, research trends and developing community stakeholders in the Museum’s mission.