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These Veterans Deploy New Meaning to Having the Power to Fly


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These Veterans Deploy New Meaning to Having the Power to Fly

Supporting Veterans, Service Members, and Military Spouses

RECORDING: They are superheroes in a different sort of cape. Their missions have varied from flying aircrafts, to supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom and treating patients at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Their mission is to serve – their country, their employers and their families. Come and engage with these women as they transition from being a soldier to a civilian.

Tina Offley-Boyd

Ayla Morwin

Specialist Diploma Plus Coordinator enlisted in the Army Reserve in 1996 and was assigned to the 2290th Army Reserve Medical Command located at Walter Reed Army Medical Center where she served for eight years as a Physical Therapy Specialist. Her duties included treating service members from various military branches who suffered injuries while in combat. Specialist Offley-Boyd joined the firm in 2014 as a contractor working with T. Rowe Price Charitable. As an associate, she has supported various teams including the Retirement and Financial Education and Client and Market Insights teams. She currently supports the Content and Marketing Automation team.

Specialist Offley-Boyd earned an MBA from Walden University with a concentration in Marketing. In addition, she earned a post-graduate certificate in Leadership Development from Johns Hopkins University. Tina serves on the Business Resource Group MOSAIC (African Heritage Community), is a member of the WAVE Communications Committee and participates in TutorMate where she offers tutoring to Baltimore inner-city youth.

Amy Bennett

Ayla Morwin

Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Amy Bennett commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps, U.S. Army, upon graduation from the University of Dayton on May 5th, 1996, as a distinguished military graduate. LTC Bennett commanded 272nd Military Police Company, “Fighting Deuce”, in Manheim, Germany where she deployed forces to Kosovo, Croatia, Romania, and Africa, and led her company and battalion advance party as the first Military Police unit deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Amy’s awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (6th award), Army Commendation Medal (2nd award), Army Achievement Medal (7th award), Maryland Distinguished Service Cross, Maryland Emergency Service Ribbon (9th award), Airborne and Air Assault badges.

LTC Bennett currently works for T. Rowe Price as the Assistant Vice President, Business Continuity. Amy earned a Master’s Degree from the University of Oklahoma and a post-graduate certificate from The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. She serves on the Board of Directors for Susan G. Komen Maryland and the Association of Continuity Professionals of Central Maryland. Amy also volunteers with the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland and the Catch A Lift Fund.

Katie Milazzo

Ayla Morwin

Katie is a project manager and process improvement professional with 13+ years of operational leadership experience in civilian and military environments. Expertise in the management, training, and development of diverse, high performing teams. Wide-ranging experience helping teams successfully operate and navigate in complex, dynamic environments. Strong background in facilitation, coaching, mentoring, and change management. Interested in leveraging analytical problem-solving skills and team leadership experience to improve the way teams work together and deliver value to clients.

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