The Company Welcomes Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife
Sahl Communications, Inc. (SahlComm), a female-Veteran communications firm headquartered in Bethlehem, PA, announces the addition of Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife (VETPAW) to the company’s list of partners.

“We look forward to representing VETPAW, facilitating the organization’s growth, and contributing to their pursuit of an end to the modern poaching epidemic,” said Kim Plyler, Sahl Communications, Inc. CEO and Founder. “Ryan Tate and his team have been successful in employing returning Veterans and helping save wildlife. Those are two of the things that resonate well with our mission here at SahlComm. We are proud to be working with them.”

Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife (VETPAW) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and safety of East African wildlife. Founded by retired U.S. Marine Corpsman, Ryan Tate, VETPAW provides meaningful employment for Veterans from the United States Military, and uses their expertise to train, advise, assist and support African rangers in the pursuit of sustainable solutions to illegal poaching.

“Myself and the rest of VETPAW are thrilled to be working with a company that shares the same values as ours,” said Ryan Tate, VETPAW’s Co-Founder and President. “The SahlComm team, being Veterans, has a valuable perspective and strong skill sets, which are important to our mission. We look forward to a long lasting partnership”

The organization’s focus on the prevention of destruction through tactical planning and preparation has fostered collaborative relationships with national parks, rangers, and government agencies. For more information or to help support this mission go to