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COL (RET) Carol St Pierre has served this great country for over 30 years in numerous positions of increasing leadership and nursing-related management in both Army Reserve and civilian careers.


She exemplifies the Army values of loyalty, duty, respect, honor, integrity and courage.


Among COL (RET) St Pierre’s wide-ranging successes are: Head Nurse/Officer in Charge; Intermediate Care Ward; DEPMEDS instructor; Assistant Chief Nurse; Family Readiness Liaison; and Detachment Commander, Fort Totten in Queens, NY. She was assigned to the 8th Medical Brigade at Ft Wadsworth, NY as the Chief Nurse. She accredits Family Readiness Liaison Coordinator as the most rewarding of her many assignments. In this capacity, she assisted deployed soldiers and their family members in attending the Yellow Ribbon and Welcome Home Ceremony.


Her untiring commitment to serving the whole community is exhibited through her active membership in the National Association of Black Military Women, where she is a founding member and current President of the New York City Chapter. As President, she is committed to keeping alive the history and heritage of Black women who serve our nation with courage and valor. Her primary goal is to foster a spirit of camaraderie and goodwill among all individuals interested in Black history through community involvement programs. Secondly, she strives to motivate and Colonel (RET) St Pierre stays active here and across the world. She is a member of the National Association of Health Services Executives/NY Region. She volunteers in various military associations such as the USO. She adopted deployed soldiers through the Adopt-a Platoon Program.


Col St Pierre sends care packages to deployed soldiers/warriors. She is currently the lead for the Military-Veterans Employment Resource Group for Diversity and Inclusion at Mount Sinai Health System. She participated in humanitarian missions in Nigeria and Haiti.


Currently, Colonel (RET) St Pierre is the Nurse Navigator Clinical Coordinator on the Oncology Unit at Mount Sinai Hospital.

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