Sherry Pickering was an active-duty spouse for 19 years and is currently the spouse of a 100% disabled veteran. She has served the Fort Campbell community through 3 consecutive deployments as a Battery and a Battalion Family Readiness Group leader, as well as serving on several care teams in service to families of fallen comrades. Since then, Pickering received a Master’s in Social Work degree from Austin Peay State University and has worked tirelessly to serve her community. She serves on the TN State Advisory Board for Recovery Courts, is a board member of Aseracare Foundation and the Clarksville Sexual Assault Center. Pickering’s leadership ability and commitment to serve past and present military families and their members has resulted in her receipt of numerous awards including the Molly Pitcher Award, the Citizenship Award, Dr. Mary Walker Award, APSU Military Alumni Excellence Award, and the TN Governor’s Volunteer Star Award.
Savannah Renslow graduated from Boise State University with a Master’s Degree in Pollical Science. Prior to her recent move to Clarksville, Renslow served as the Communication Director for a nonprofit dedicated to helping local government agencies in Idaho. Her experience has allowed her to cultivate communication strategies, implement new initiatives, and strengthen outreach to best serve the community. Upon completing the National Education for Women’s (NEW) Leadership program designed by Rutgers University, Renslow has been driven to live a life elevating other. Her determination to help others has led her to co-find the IAHD Scholarship Fund, Inc. as well as serve as a mentor and the Vice President of Education and Public Relations for Toastmasters.