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HUD Veterans Affinity Group, Secretary Carson Recognize Technatomy’s Nadeem Butler


December 17, 2019

WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben

Carson and senior agency officials acknowledged Technatomy’s Managing Director, Nadeem

Butler, for his long support of the Department’s Veterans Affinity Group (VAG) annual ‘Walk in

Their Footsteps’ new boots and shoes collection campaign for homeless veterans and their

families during a formal awards ceremony held this past Veterans Day. For the past nine years

Technatomy associates have contributed thousands of pairs of boots and supported the annual

joint agency Winterhaven Stand-Down for Homeless Veterans held at the Veterans Affairs

Medical Center (VAMC) in Washington, DC.

“You have supported countless veterans in their quest for an improved quality of life and

suitable housing,” reads the VAG’s award citation. “You have tirelessly and unselfishly

continued to serve and support your fellow soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines in their

lives as veterans.”

The DC VAMC Winterhaven Stand-Down event to be held on January 25, 2020, offers DC-area

homeless veterans a warm meal, clothing, and much needed clinical and social services

absolutely free of charge. The VAG’s ‘Walk in Their Footsteps’ Boot and Shoe Campaign

contributes footwear donations to Winterhaven and offers the community a direct way to touch

the lives of our country’s less fortunate veterans.

Nadeem Butler explains his personal passion for providing fellow veterans with new winter


“It’s the new pairs of boots distributed to these heroes that are seemingly most

anticipated and appreciated each year. Our participation in this campaign is a special

way of positively impacting lives and giving comfort to those who’ve served our