Leadership Wisdom from Black Women on Active Duty in the Navy and Marine Corps
About: We will kick off our first town hall during Black History Month by speaking with a panel of Active-Duty Black women Navy and Marine Corps leaders who will share their insight, inspiration, and practical guidance on leadership and life. The panel and a question-and-answer period will be moderated by midshipman as we hear from leaders from a variety of military communities and in different places in their careers.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registration is limited to the first 100 people so please sign up soon.
•Colonel Tamara Campbell, USMC
Program Manager of Advanced Tactical Aircraft Protection Systems Program (PMA-272) and USNA Class of ‘97
•Lieutenant Commander Jennifer “Skittles” Yedoni, USN
E-2C/D Hawkeye NFO and USNA Class of ‘06
•Lieutenant Commander Precious McQuade, USN
Nuclear Surface Warfare Officer and USNA Class of ‘07
•Ensign Ladavish Dorn, USN
Nuclear Submariner and USNA Class of ‘20
The panel will be moderated by:
•Midshipman, First Class Madeleine Cooke, USN
Midshipman Black Studies Club President and the first Brigade Dignity and Respect Officer
•Midshipman, First Class Sierra Swanda, USN
Chair for Midshipmen Diversity Team
We hope to see you at the town hall.