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Board members

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Sharla Pringle (president)

A survivor of domestic violence and a dedicated soldier of over twenty years. A professional and experienced leader, well diverse in building and managing a team of highly motivated and qualified individuals. She is trained on all levels of military leadership and has managed the training, health, and welfare of personnel and their families during deployment. Teach, coach and mentor junior mangers to be successful in management, training, and physical fitness. Advised senior leaders on planning and execution of all training and operation readiness. Will lead the team as executive director. 

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Angela Cooper (Vice President)

An experienced Registered Nurse with over twenty-five years, Works as an intricate part of the interdisciplinary care team managing patient’s signs and symptoms of their terminal illness. Conduct head to toe assessments on every visit. Write reports for weekly team meetings for continuous revision of plan of care tailored to the patient’s personal needs. Providing open communication between the patient, families, and other team members.  Will direct the team with Covid policies and procedures. 

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LaKia Foreman (Secretary)

As a senior leader in the US Army Reserves, Provide secretarial and general clerical support to the direct administration within the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) department.  Monitor and maintain program records through ensuring accuracy of files and personnel records.    Point of contact and continuity for both institutional administrative assistants and the Senior Army ROTC Human Resource Assistant.   Prepare enrollment in basic and advanced training new hires and direct client contact.   

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Tanya Robinson (Treasurer)

Driven financial advisor, organized administrator with excellent communication skills adept at providing office support, employee management, providing quality customer service eager to contribute to the mission of the organization. Experience in establishing and overseeing the processes and workings of a 501c3 program by maintain accurate information keeping in accordance with government rules and regulations. Will execute protocols to keep compliant with grant and 501(c)3 tax requirements. 

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