The U.S. Army invites you to join a Twitter chat hosted by Master Sgt. Jennifer R. Loredo – a Soldier, Gold Star wife and mother of two – who teaches Army families about resilience in times of stress as part of the Army’s Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) program.
Wednesday, May 21
11 a.m. to 12 p.m. EDT
This Twitter chat is for anyone who wants to know:
- What resilience is and why it’s important
- What the Army is doing to promote resilience
- Techniques on how to thrive in the face of challenges
- How the Army is extending training and resources to Family members
If you would like to join the conversation, it’s as easy as 1-2-3:
Step 1: Visit Twitter.com on May 21, starting at 11 a.m. EDT.
Step 2: Ask questions by tagging your Tweets with #ArmyChat or chime in whenever you would like to add to the conversation.
Step 3: Search for the event hashtag (#ArmyChat) to see the thread of questions and official responses from @JenniferRLoredo, @ArmyCSF2, @USArmyG1, @ArmyMedicinePAO and @USArmy Twitter pages.
ABOUT MASTER SERGEANT JENNIFER LOREDO
Master Sgt. Jennifer R. Loredo enlisted in the United States Army as a Dental Assistant. She attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, SC and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Sam Houston, TX. She is currently assigned as the Senior Enlisted Advisor of the Department of the Army Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) Program.
Throughout her career, Loredo has graduated from numerous military courses, to include the Master Resilience Assistant Primary Instructor Course, Master Resilience Facilitator Training Course, Master Resilience Training Course, Basic Airborne School, Battle Staff Non-Commissioned Officer Course (NCO), Instructor Training Course, Safety Officer/NCO Course, Dental Management Development Course, Retention NCO Course, Unit Prevention Leader Course, and all levels of the NCO Education System through the Senior Leader Course. Other professional achievements include induction into the Order of Medical Military Merit, membership in the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, 2002 Europe Regional Dental Command NCO of the Year and 1995 Fort Bragg Dental Activity Soldier of the Year. She also holds an Associate Degree in General Studies and is currently working on completing her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Loredo’s awards and decorations include the Expert Field Medical Badge, Meritorious Service Medal with bronze oak leaf cluster, Army Commendation Medal with silver and bronze oak leave cluster, Army Achievement Medal with silver oak leaf cluster and three bronze oak leaf clusters, the NATO medal and numerous other service medals.