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SOURCE Continental Who's Who
CLINTON, Md., Jan. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Rhonda C. Pugh, LTC (Lieutenant Colonel) is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in recognition of her service to the United States Army.
Pugh serves as the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator with the Washington, D.C. National Guard.
"As the Joint Force Headquarter Sexual Assault Response Coordinator for DCNG organizations subject matter expert, I provided continual training and technical assistance to leaders, managers and employees," Pugh said. "I developed strategic plans for prevention activities in an effort to reduce sexual harassment and sexual assault. I reviewed information, developed and delivered training to ensure understanding of the reporting procedures, confidentiality and other elements of sexual assault and harassment policies."
During her tenure in the military, Pugh served as a logistic officer (light and medium trucking company, marine terminal operations, transportation traffic manager), a public affairs commander, a future planning program analyst, an equal opportunity officer, a recruiting marketing manager, a comptroller executive officer and a deputy personnel branch chief.
Additionally, Pugh held the title of the Director of Manpower and Personnel for the Army National Guard, in which she focused on the area of defense movement coordination.
Her areas of expertise lie in national security and government operations, and she brings over 25 years or career experience to her role.
Previously, Pugh held a position at Solomon Mortgage, and has also published a book titled The Potluck Blueprint. "The Potluck Blueprint is a contemporary resource for Christian gatherings that will elevate the conversation and support the bonding that naturally happens when folks break bread and share testimonies," Pugh said. "The format of this divinely inspired book will encourage conversations about topics that range from career development, marriage and childrearing, to domestic abuse, foster care and learning disabilities. The Potluck Blueprint applies biblical teachings to real life-issues that your church family needs to discuss and heal."
Throughout the course of her education and training, Pugh earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communication and Media Studies, as well as Public Speaking and Finance Logistics, from Norfolk State University in 1991. To further her professional development, she is a member of the National Guard Association, the National Association of Professional Women and is President of Capital Guardian International.
When not working, Pugh volunteers her time to the First Baptist Church, and enjoys cooking, painting and writing. She cites her triplet daughters as her inspiration.
In looking to the future, Pugh's professional goals are to retire as a Colonel, and to launch her own publicity agency, while serving God and His people.
To purchase The Potluck Blueprint, visit http://amzn.to/2gQvgRP.
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