Connor Love

Active Duty Army Officer, University of Oxford Master's Student, Rotary International Scholar, and Veteran’s Advocate.

Second Lieutenant Connor Love is an active duty Army officer and a graduate of the United States Military Academy​ (USMA)​ at West Point. Love is currently pursing his master’s degree at the University of Oxford in the UK and writing his thesis titled, The Veteran Transition: A Comparison of the United States and the United Kingdom. Prior to his master’s studies, he served as an Army liaison officer at the Office of Chief Legislative Liaison in Washington, D​.​C. Additionally, he has worked with various veteran nonprofit organizations, including Team Red, White & Blue. Most recently, he helped launch the US Army Veteran Everest Expedition. This veterans​-​based nonprofit organization will take the first group of active duty soldiers and veterans to the top of Mount Everest in 2016. Love is the recipient of multiple awards, including the Rotary International Scholarship, the USMA Leader-Athlete award, and one of Business Insider’s “Most Impressive Students at West Point.”

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