The FFIT relies on subject matter expertise to ensure our efforts connect and amplify existing best practices and are informed by historical context and research. The advisory group is comprised of subject matter experts based on position or personal background including education, training, unique experience or perspective, or past involvement in efforts relevant to the FFIT. The FFIT will provide regular updates to the SME advisory groups, who will identify and connect with initiatives in their lane of expertise to provide input and guidance to inform and accelerate the team's efforts. The SME advisory group may also submit initiatives for consideration when they identify barriers or opportunities for analysis.
We are a community of Airmen, Guardians, and Families, led by Airmen, Guardians and Families. The FFIT is inclusive of all ranks, demographics, and career fields across the Department of the Air Force and structured to integrate organizations passionate about resiliency and mental health efforts.
The FFIT is a volunteer organization, leveraging the experience and manpower of Airmen, Guardians, and DAF family members, including civilians, spouses, retirees and veterans.
CMSgt JoAnne S. Bass
Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force
CMSgt Robert A. Towberman
Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force