Women Veterans Coordinator, Terrin Sullivan

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Terrin Sullivan

Terrin Sullivan joined our staff in November. She served in the Army National Guard as a Medic from 2018-2021. She’s pursuing her master’s degree in Health Systems Engineering at Loyola Marymount University.

A quick study, she was immediately up to speed to support Women Veterans on the Lifeline for Vets and in the field, where she exhibits her passion for serving Veterans daily. She’s dedicated to making a positive impact on the VA healthcare system. She wears red for Remember Everyone Deployed day. Her energy keeps us on our toes!

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