How does McKesson support veterans?

We recognize and promote the outstanding contributions made by small and diverse businesses to the economic health and diversity of communities through the United States of America. These businesses include veteran-owned small businesses (VOSBs) and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSBs). Through our company-wide subcontracting program, we encourage and facilitate small and diverse business sales opportunities through bid opportunities, veteran networking and outreach events, and more.

Additionally, McKesson supports our veterans throughout the year in a number of ways, including:

  • McKesson-sponsored Veteran and Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Supplier Diversity Forum / Webinars
  • Veteran’s Day acknowledgement and thank you
  • Participation, partnerships and boar memberships with organizations
  • Increased awareness through publications geared toward VOSBs and SDVOSBs
  • McKesson Military Employee Resource Group, a group for military veteran employees.

Click here to learn more about McKesson’s Supplier Diversity program.

The faces of veteran-owned small businesses

Linda Thompson, CMP
President and CEO, Cappa & Graham, Inc.

Linda Thompson served as an active duty Army officer from 1977 – 1997.

“We are honored to work with McKesson. McKesson is a great company that shares the same values that were instilled in me as a leader—integrity, duty, accountability, respect and excellence.”

Robert Gonzalez
Founder and CEO, Print Media, Inc.

Robert served in the Marine Corps from 1989 – 1997.

“McKesson values veteran-owned suppliers. We appreciate the ongoing support, and a supply-chain that enables our company to serve active-duty and veteran organizations with our products.”

Gary Herbold
President, Amerit Consulting

Gary was a Marine combat Corpsman and in the 1968 – 1969 Vietnam TET Offensive.

“McKesson provided helpful feedback on our performance so we could compete with bigger companies more effectively. This advocacy helped shape our organization to be better suited to support large, national companies like McKesson.”