Ep: 030 – Destiny Intervened: Everything Is Possible with D’Olivia Jones

D’Olivia Jones speaks about her military service and current work. She was inspired to join the military when a cousin provided her with a “remarkable” experience and took her for lunch at the NCO and Officers Club at the local base. She wanted to go in right after High School, but kept with family tradition and went to college first. D’Olivia then went into the Air Force  and served as a Computer Information Systems Officer. After being denied retraining into the Services field, she began her next journey in life. She volunteered to get out during the time of the 1990’s draw downs, and was honorably discharged.

D’Olivia Jones began her civilian career working in the Human Resources field helping …

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Ep: 029 – 4 to 24: Growing a Passion to Serve with Tiffany Martschnik

Tiffany Martschnik speaks about her military service and current work. She was inspired to join the military while going to college and trying to figure out what she wanted to do with her life. Tiffany originally signed up for four years and then developed a passion for teaching and helping others in her various jobs while serving on active duty and in the Reserves for a total of 24 years. In her last role before retirement, as an instructor she realized that she was ready to serve and help others in a different capacity, one that did not include wearing a uniform. Since her transition into the civilian world, she uses her experiences with trauma and her passion as an …

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Ep: 028 – Army Veteran Paula Morgan

Today on WVSJ Network Connects- Our host BriGette McCoy speaks with Army Veteran Paula Morgan who was an Army Avionics Technician in 1991 after serving in the National Guard. This career afforded her a lifetime dream to work in Aviation. She deployed to South Korea, in 1992 and contributed to the support of CH-47 Chinook and UH-1H Huey helicopters. She was assigned as one of the first women in avionics to an AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopter Unit. The unit was undergoing a BRAC move, which then moved to Ft. Hood, TX. She was later reassigned to a UH-60 Blackhawk Unit as her final assignment in 1995. Paula actively engages in opportunities to mentor and assist veterans who are in transition. …

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Ep: 027 – Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen

Today on WVSJ Network Connects BriGette McCoy speaks with: Sergeant Major (Dr.) Daniel L. Roberts about his military service and current work as the President and CEO, of Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen (MISNS, pronounced Missions),Inc., as well he is an author, consultant, military chaplain and teacher who conducts conferences on soul care and issues related  to moral injury and innovative approaches to addressing gaps in support for women veterans. Aside from being highly decorated currently serving SGM in the Army, he distinguished himself by receiving the Dissertation of the Year, from University of Phoenix in 2017. 

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Ep: 022 – Nilajah Montgomery

Our host Army Veteran and CEO of WVSJ Network BriGette McCoy shares a conversation with Army veteran Nilajah Montgomery about her reasons for joining the military and unique experiences serving with her Army spouse.  Nilajah Montgomery shares with us her love for all things sports and fitness, her CrossFit training and recently completing her MBA. Listen in on the conversation of two women veteran sharing life experiences and military service. 

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