Toby James Nunn
Toby James Nunn was born and raised in northern British Columbia Canada by a single Father. He entered the United States in search of better education opportunities and work. In an effort to earn his place as a citizen he joined the United States Army as an Enlisted member in the Infantry.
During his service he quickly became a Non Commissioned Officer and served in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Korea and Iraq. Reaching the rank of Sergeant First Class he was decorated with a Commendation for Valor, the Combat Infantryman’s Badge, Expert Infantryman’s Badge , Metorious Service Medals, and was Inducted in the pretigeious Sergeant Audie Murphy Club recognizing the top percentaile of combat leaders.
Toby James Nunn is a published Author, Award Winning Blogger and the principal character in PBS Frontlines “Bad Voodoo’s War”.
After returning from Iraq in 2008 he started working as a Non Profit Executive and Media work. Toby was the national spokesperson for Soldiers Angels for over 4 years and has advocated on several level Veteran issues like the Post 9-11 GI Bill and Veteran Benefits and spoken on Capitol Hill to several House and Senate Committees.
He was the producer of Headline News (CNN) documentary 108 Hours in which Toby escorted a Gold Star Father into Iraq to see where his Son was killed in Action.