Proud of her Military Service, Grateful for the Leadership and Resilience she Learned!
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Jennifer Pankowski grew up in Milwaukee. She proudly served in the Wisconsin Army National Guard from 1992-1998, and was named Soldier of the Year for her battalion in 1994.
The daughter of a Marine Vietnam Veteran, a loving mother and a supportive family. She also has several other family members who served in the military. Jennifer has found her passion in serving veterans. She volunteers for the Milwaukee War Memorial Center, Stars and Stripes Honor Flight, Team Sijan, and as a Memorial Interpreter at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington DC.
Jennifer looks back at her time in the military fondly. The lessons learned, the leadership and resilience have served her well throughout her life.
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