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Depe's Bio

Polycarpe Depe-Kwate


Polycarpe Depe-Kwate

My name is Depe. I was born in Cameroon and I moved to the United States in the fall of 2001. I have a bachelor’s degree in Arts and Science with a major in Political Science from Georgia State University. I am a United State Marine Corps officer currently serving with Marine Wing Support Squadron 372, Marine Aircraft Group 39, 3d Marine Aircraft Wing, Camp Pendleton CA.

I decided to join hands with Emily and Bethanie to create a charitable organization that supports wounded US troops and their families because I recognize the hardship associated with the treatment process undergoing any service member injured as a result of their military service. As citizens and US Marines, we feel strongly about doing whatever we can to assist as many wounded troops as we can and join the ranks of friends and allies they can count on as they fight the difficult battle of rehabilitation. Marines don’t leave Marines behind. And we believe any wounded brother or sister in arms deserves our full commitment to do whatever we humbly can to support them. I view the hardship of combat related injuries as a war that we cannot lose as a nation.

Off work, I have an interest in US politics and in international political economy. I spend time learning about the challenges of globalization and studying policies of local and international governments attempting to create an environment that recognizes the threats we face, the rights of all human beings and that uses the world’s resources in a sustainable fashion. I believe that the smallness of our resources shall never be an impediment to our determination to engage ourselves socially and to help improve the lives of others.

I am grateful to Emily, Bethanie and to ACS Creative, our website designer. They helped take this organization from an idea to a reality. Thank you, guys!

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