Jackie Parrish .
Jackie Parrish entered the U.S. Navy by way of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD in July 1981. Upon graduation in 1985 with a degree in Chemistry, she served as the Public Works Officer and Legal Officer at the Naval Communications Unit, Washington DC and served on several, short-term assignments to Germany. In 1987 she transferred into the Civil Engineer Corps and was assigned to the Navy Public Works Center in San Diego, CA where she worked with Navy units all over San Diego on various construction projects. She left the Navy in 1991 and took a civilian position as the Navyâs Staff Civil Engineer for military housing. Her favorite Navy experience was a Naval Academy summer training deployment with the U.S. Coast Guard, conducting a fisheries patrol in the North Pacific Ocean, near Alaska..
Since then, she has worked on cleaning up closing bases with EPA and DoD; served at OMB overseeing military construction and cleanup of radioactive waste across the DOE nuclear weapons complex; and worked on local Public Health preparedness issues at the Centers for Disease Control. .
She joined the Fish & Wildlife Serviceâs Southeast Region in 1993 as the Assistant Regional Director for Budget & Administration. While she likes what she does to support field operations from Atlanta, she loves the rare occasions when she gets to help out in the field. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time outside with her three children, running, and teaching ballet.
April 8, 2014
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