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Betty Moseley Brown, Ed.D., Associate Director of the Center for Women Veterans at the Department of Veterans Affairs and U.S. Marine Corps Veteran. Betty Moseley Brown’s mother served in the Women's Army Corps and her father served in the U.S. Air Force. She knew early on she was going to join the military. Shortly after leaving the Marines in 1992, she began working with VA as a Veterans Benefits Counselor and became the first Women Veterans Coordinator at the San Diego Regional Office. Since 2004, she has represented the 1.8 million women Veterans across the country as the Associate Director of the Center for Women Veterans. “I’m an advocate for women Veterans,” said Moseley Brown. “It’s an honor.” She plans, directs, manages, and coordinates programs specifically for female Veterans. “I’m here to serve and honor the women who are America’s Veterans,” she said. “Our doors are always open.”

Betty Moseley Brown, Ed.D., Associate Director of the Center for Women Veterans at the Department of Veterans Affairs and U.S. Marine Corps Veteran. VA photo by Robert Turtil.

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