WASHINGTON–Verified identity platform Merit will host an afternoon press event at The National Press Club in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, October 19, 2022.
Among the featured speakers will be members from the Alliance for States Providing Interoperable REciprocity (ASPIRE), including leaders of leading veterans and military spouse organizations.
The event takes place at 3pm ET. An online broadcast of the event is free and open to all. Media are additionally invited to attend in person after registering in advance.
Please join a coalition of veteran and military spouse organizations, as well as current and former state elected officials and appointees, who recognize the critical role military personnel and their families play in the fabric of America. Speakers will address the need to reform outdated and inefficient state licensing and credential reciprocity laws and regulations which make it more difficult for military families to work in their chosen field when they are reassigned across state lines. At the event, new research demonstrating Americans’ support for military families will be released.
WHAT: ASPIRE Launch Event
WHO: Merit and a coalition of veteran and military spouse organizations, as well as current and former state elected officials
WHERE: Online, and at The National Press Club in Washington D.C. – 529 14th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20045
WHEN: October 19, 3pm ET–4pm ET
About ASPIRE: Alliance for States Providing Interoperable REciprocity
A national coalition facilitating states’ support for service members and families with interoperable verified digital credentials. Merit is the first technology company to facilitate universal license recognition – cutting red tape, speeding up the hiring process, and propelling economic competitiveness. Learn more at Merits.com/ASPIRE
Merit is the interoperable ecosystem for all digital credentials issued by trusted organizations. The platform allows everyone to access, track, and organize their licenses and credentials in real-time. Merit works with more than 1,000 organizations for professional licensing, occupational regulation, workforce development, emergency services, and other digital credentialing needs.