About Andrew P. Doro
Andrew P. Doro returned to school after serving his country, earning advanced master's degrees in business, education, and psychology from St. John's University.
Doro was a platoon leader in the United States Army, in charge of combat, pacification, and intelligence operations. Doro saw a lot of action in that position. During the combat, he received wounds that rendered him completely disabled. Doro received numerous awards for his military service, including the Silver Star, Purple Heart, Combat Infantryman Badge (CIB), National Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, and Marksmanship Medals.
Andrew Doro served on the Board of Directors for a Veteran Outreach Center in addition to his impressive military, academic, and professional achievements. He also worked as a crisis intervention group counselor for PTSD veterans and chaired the New York Association of School Psychologists Conference Committee.
For PTSD veterans, crisis intervention and group counseling are available.
The Disabled American Veterans, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, the Military Officers Association of America and the Combat Infantry Badge Association are among organizations that members can join.