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Andrea is the President of the Diamonds the Green (DOTG) Alabama (AL) Chapter in Huntsville. Andrea has always been a very athletic person with an interest in a variety of sports. She began seriously engaging in golf activities in late 2015. She joined DOTG-AL in 2019 to increase her golf skills, share the learning experience with other like-minded ladies, and enjoy traveling and the game of golf. Andrea was born in Germany, raised in Detroit, Michigan graduated high school in Ashville, Alabama. After graduating from high school in 1986, she joined the United States Air Force and served active duty for 26 years. Her last assignment, prior to moving to Madison, AL, was Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, where she retired in the rank of Senior Master Sergeant. Over the course of her 26-year military career, she served as a professional military education (PME) instructor, Military Training Leader (MTL), Moral Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Superintendent, Honor Guard Superintendent, Force Support Superintendent, and Protocol Officer. Andrea has a Master's Degree from Florida Institute of Technology in Business Administration, a Master's Degree from Troy University in Public Administration, a Bachelor's Degree from Faulkner University in Human Resource Management, a certificate in Homeland Security from Rutgers University, and a few of associates degrees from the Community College of the Air Force. Andrea currently serves as the Executive Assistant to the Command Sergeant Major at Army Materiel Command. She is a licensed Realtor with Chanda Davis Real Estate. She's an active member of Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority, Incorporated, where she is serving as the secretary for the Huntsville chapter. Andrea loves to travel, loves all types of sports, has a very adventurous spirit, and loves the New Orleans Saints. Who Dat! Andrea birthed two young men, Kavossia, residing in Michigan, and Martell, residing in Mississippi. She also has two grandchildren.