Our Running Team
The Building Homes for Heroes Team will proudly be participating in the annual Marine Corps Half Marathon in Fredericksburg, Virginia to help raise awareness for the work we are doing for injured veterans, first responders and their families. Participating for Building Homes for Heroes will be Kim Vesey, Daniel Hernandez, Dan Nesci, and Melanie Nesci, joined by two of our veteran recipients, U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman Second Class Isaac Francois and U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Christopher Claude. Inaugurated in 1976, the Marine Corps Marathon is among the largest half marathon in the U.S. and is run by active-duty Marines. All donations will go towards our mission to build and modify homes for injured veterans, first responders and their families, and our many other programs to further support them with emergency funding, financial guidance, academic and athletic support, plus so much more.
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman Second Class Isaac Francois
Kimberly Vesey is the Vice President and General Counsel at Building Homes for Heroes. Kimberly graduated from Hofstra Law School in 2006 and joined the Suffolk County District Attorneys’ office as an Assistant District Attorney.
She began volunteering for Building Homes For Heroes in 2008 in an effort to help the organization grow and progress. After four years of volunteer service, Kimberly joined the organization full time to focus her efforts on assisting our country’s injured heroes. She lives in NY with her husband and two daughters.