Angie Holbrook is a 27-year retired colonel and Army Human Resources Officer who brings innovative solutions to the public sector most notably in the Defense sector. A two-time combat veteran of Iraq and Bronze Star recipient, Angie has commanded at every level of the Army from platoon to installation, in both combat and garrison, culminating as the post commander of Fort Belvoir, Virginia, the fifth largest installation in the Department of Defense. She has also served at the highest strategic levels of the Army as both a personnel policy architect and the Deputy Executive Officer to the 38th and 39th Army Chief of Staffs. She is a subject matter expertise on military force structure and human capital strategy as well as enterprise-level change management and process improvement. She authored numerous personnel policies for the US Army including the Women in Combat Roles initiative and other restructuring policies dealing with Army end strength. Angie is involved with several veteran service organizations and is an advocate for transitioning service member and bringing awareness to the hidden wounds of armed conflict. Angie was inducted into the Adjutant General Corps Distinguished Member of the Corps Class of 2022. She is an avid golfer and the proud mother of Adam Holbrook, a first-year law student at Georgetown Law School.