Podcast 101: Harriet Williams – How one Eagle Leader builds on a lineage of service

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Harriet Williams is an Army veteran and the Chapter Captain in Clarksville/Fort Campbell.  She’s a combat veteran, just like her father. Service runs in the family and Harriet and her Chapter have done a phenomenal job building a dynamic team that is engaging veterans and enriching lives while also being incredibly integrated with their local community.  In this episode, you’ll gain insights into the success of one Chapter as well as the story of service and family from one authentic and loyal community leader. Each Team RWB Chapter and Eagle Leader is of course unique, but we can all learn a little something about effective leaders and Chapters from this conversation!

In this episode we discuss:

• The value of service and family…and how they can often be at odds

• Being a female veteran and serving pre-9/11

• How the broader community is an incredibly important component of a strong Team RWB Chapter

• Some unique events that have proved incredibly successful for Team RWB Clarksville/Fort Campbell

• Veteran Treatment Courts (https://justiceforvets.org/what-is-a-veterans-treatment-court/)


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