Scott J. Schweitzer, Chief Executive Officer

Scott Schweitzer is a former Partner and Chief Financial Officer of LCR Capital Partners where he worked for four years until leaving to devote himself full-time to his ultimate passion:  Serving Veterans.

Prior to his role at LCR Capital Partners, Mr. Schweitzer facilitated the launch of Fox Point Capital Management, LLC, were he served as the Chief Operating Officer for eight years following his employment at Deutsche Bank.

Before his work in the financial industry, Mr. Schweitzer served four years in the United States Air Force, including tours at the Space and Missile Center in Los Angeles, California and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In Riyadh, he worked alongside the Royal Saudi Air Force to coordinate the logistical buildup prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom.

In 2017, Mr. Schweitzer founded and personally funded the “Veterans Boxing Club” where he continues to train interested fellow Veterans at no cost. Mr. Schweitzer earned a degree in Mathematics from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Harvard Business School.

Nicholas J. Montini, Chief Impact Officer

A paralegal by trade, Nicholas Montini has held various roles in finance, law, real estate, and business organizations for more than 20 years. Mr. Montini is a veteran of the United States Air Force and served in the 1991 Persian Gulf War as a member of the Air Combat Command as an M-60 machine gunner for a Security Police-Air Base Ground Defense Squadron.

Mr. Montini was awarded The National Defense Service Medal, the Southwest Asia Service Medal with two Bronze Service Star attachments, and Kuwaiti Liberation Medals awarded from both the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the government of Kuwait.

Mr. Montini is a National Service Alumnus, VISIN 1 VA Healthcare Program Fellow, and a national advocate-at-large on behalf of service members, veterans and their families. His direct service experience, activism, and ground level work on veteran homelessness, healthcare, benefit administration, and mental health outreach has been lauded by community partners, state legislatures, and the White House, including effectively reducing veteran homelessness in Connecticut to functional zero via a White House initiative POTUS Strategic Plan to eliminate Veteran Homelessness. in 2015.

Mr. Montini’s professional work in area of veteran services includes serving as Northeast Military and Veteran Programs Manager for Hope the Warriors Inc., and, in 2016, he was being recognized as a “Champion of Service” by the Corporation for National and Community Service.