Master Sergeant Leroy Arthur Petry Chapter
Association of the United States Army
Camp San Luis Obispo
10 Sonoma Avenue, Bldg 738, Ste 230
San Luis Obispo, California 93405-7605
ANNOUNCING A FORUM
“Women Sharing Success”
The local chapter of the Association of the United States Army will be hosting an open women’s forum and it will be held on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at the;
Lieutenant General Herbert R. Temple Conference Center
Camp San Luis Obispo, California
Beginning at 1PM and continuing until 3PM, the forum is open to all women who desire to learn and share stories of success in the ever changing and challenging environment of military, business or government services unique to women.
The panel will consist of five American Soldiers of Excellence, of which each have obtained great success serving in the Army and other governmental agencies and private industries.
Lieutenant General Patricia E. McQuistion, US Army (Retired)
LTG McQuistion currently serves as the AUSA National vice president for Membership and Meeting of the more that 120,000-member association located near the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia.
Brigadier General Kelly A. Fisher, California Army National Guard
BG Fisher currently serves as the Land Component Commanding General for all military installations within the California Army National Guard and its more than 18,000 Army National Guard Soldiers.
Lieutenant Colonel Olivia J.M. Nunn, US Army
LTC Nunn serves as the Director of Communications for the US Army’s Soldier for Life Program. The Soldier for Life (SFL) Program improves Soldier, Family and Army readiness by developing a broad network of resources to support every Soldier, Veteran and Family member through all phases of their service.
Command Sergeant Major Roberta L. Santiago, US Army (Retired)
CSM Santiago, a retired US Army Reserve senior non-commissioned officer with over 20 years of Army service. As a civilian, Mrs. Santiago currently serves as Chief, Reserve Capabilities and Readiness, US Coast Guard’s Pacific Area Command.
First Sergeant Delphine Metcalf-Foster, US Army (Retired)
1SG Metcalf-Foster, a retired US Army Reserve Soldier is the first women to serve as a National commander of a major veterans’ service organization; the Disabled American Veterans. The DAV membership of more that 1.3M veterans, serves to enhance the quality of life for the wounded, injured or ill American veteran. Mrs. Metcalf-Foster retired as a quality assurance leader from the Department of Defense.