Dianna Wynns

About Me

My name is Dianna Wynns. My skills and areas of expertise include logistics, allocating resources, preparing memorandums of agreement between various organizations with the Tennessee Army National Guard. My professional title is Plans and Policy Officer at Joint Force Headquarters, Nashville, TN. I received my Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Northcentral University. I am studying for my master's degree in Environmental Policy and Management with an emphasis in Planning through the American Military University. I was the Tennessee commissioned officer representative for the General McArthur Leadership Award in 2012. I am involved with the American Legion, where I was the first female member of my father's post and my sister was the second. I am also involved with the Military Officers Association, the National Guard Association and the National Guard Officer Association.

I am the founder of "The Matthew 25:35 Project." This project involves putting together tote bags for homeless people or those in need. The totes contain non-perisable food items as well as shirts, socks, and various hygiene items. I run this project through Faith Lutheran Church, Lebanon, TN.

My hobbies and interests include gardening, landscaping, growing grapes, couponing, recycling, traveling, boating, swimming and most water sports. I am drawn to and passionate about charitable organizations such as The Combined Federal Campaign, The Fisher House Foundation and I am a trained court appointed advocate for abused and neglected children.

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