Chuck Schubert

Executive Vice President of

Education
​Studio Musician

Music Educator
Guitars

Roger Hardy
Vice President, VTP East

Owner Tank's Tavern Studio
Recording Engineer
​​U.S. Navy Retired
Disabled Veteran

HOW CAN YOU HELP

Tim Stottlemyre
Director of Planning


Jeremy Fulton
Vice President of

Veteran's Relations East
U.S. Army
​Disabled Veteran


​​MUSIC

AT A TIME

Buck Knighten
Studio Musician
Music Educator
Bass Guitar

Lydia Hardy
Vice President of Accounting 


Chris Alosi
Studio Musician
Music Educator
Bass Guitar


Our Mission

Anthony Purpura
Studio Musician
Music Educator
Guitars / Keyboards

Do you want to help support our organization?  No problem, we are always looking for volunteers to help with fundraising, or even participating as an educator/studio musician.

Meet Our BOARD OF DIRECTORS EAST COAST

THERAPY
ONE TRACK

Reach Out

Establishing partnerships with industrys leading equipment providers and members in our community; we will make a difference

Eric Upton
Vice President of

Education East Coast

Clint Rhodes
Studio Musician
Music Educator
Guitars

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

THROUGH


         SPONSORS

Matt Redding
Executive Vice President

 Veteran Relations 
​Personnel Security

U.S. Army
Disabled Veteran

Eric Lewis
President/Founder
U.S. Navy Retired
Disabled Veteran
​Recording Engineer / Studio Musician (Drums)

Located in the Sacramento area (Galt, Lodi, Stockton, Elk Grove), Vet-Traxx Project Inc is dedicated to helping disabled veterans use music as an emotional outlet by providing them with a safe and professional recording environment.

Vet-Traxx Project Inc

We want to be able to provide our disabled veterans with every piece of music gear needed in the recording studio.  We could not have made this possible without the support from our family of corporate and community sponsors.

Teasha Lewis
Chief Financial Officer

​Navy Veteran

Jeremy Friedlander
Vice President
​Director of Operations
​Artist Relations

Studio Musician

Vocals/Music Educator

Vet-Traxx Project Inc is devoted to helping those who have served our country with honor, courage, and commitment.  To help combat PTSD/TBI and other disabilities we are creating a musical outlet in a recording studio which will enable them to utilize their musical talents as an alternate voice of expression.  It has been proven through the years that music is an effective form of therapy; providing an outlet for emotions, notion of using song, sound frequencies and rhythm to treat physical ailments.


Find out how you can contribute to the future of our disabled veterans in need through donations of money and time. .