Meet COL Clemente ’98, the Woman Who is Helping Staff the U.S. Army’s Newest Corps

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“It’s about taking care of Soldiers,” said COL Bonnie Clemente ’98, an Indio, California, native. “The day I come in and I’m not about taking care of Soldiers, is the day I need to leave.”

This philosophy is not new. It’s a common belief among many, if not all, of the great leaders in the U.S. Army. It’s a belief that the smallest act of kindness can create waves of change for the betterment of the Army, the Department of Defense and the Nation. And anyone in a leadership role, whether they are a commanding general or a new corporal, can practice it. However, some may never realize the impact they are making on their organization or to the people who look up to them.

COL Clemente is making waves.

Clemente, a U.S. Military Academy graduate, has held critical positions in the U.S. Army that have helped shape, not only the commands she has worked for, but Soldiers’ careers across the Army and the entire force.

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