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Chief Warrant Officer 5 Therese Beatty

416th Theater Engineer Command

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Teri Beatty, a native of Chicago, Illinois,enlisted in the Army in 1983 and was appointed a warrant officer in 1994 after obtaining the rank of Sergeant First Class.

She is a graduate of the first Reserve Component Warrant Officer Candidate School Class at Fort Rucker, Alabama. As a graduate of the Adjutant General Basic and Advanced Course, she is a
recipient of the Benjamin Harrison Medal. CW5 Beatty is a graduate of the Warrant Officer Senior and Senior Staff Courses, Fort Rucker, Alabama. She began her Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering at the University of Illinois Chicago and nearly two decades and a few deployments later completed a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management from John Brown University.

CW5 Teri Beatty completed overseas tours in Belize, Germany, and Bosnia-Herzegovina. She has been assigned to positions at all echelons to include: Human Resource Officer, 86th US Army Reserve Command, Illinois; Reserve Component Liaison and Automation Officer, 4013th Garrison Support Unit, Louisiana; S-1, 460th Chemical Brigade, Arkansas; Military Personnel Technician, 200th Military Policy Command, Maryland; Operations Officer, Medical Readiness Task Force, Army Reserve Medical Command, Florida; Military Personnel Policy Advisor, the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs), Pentagon and U.S. Army Forces Command. She is currently assigned as the Command Chief Warrant Officer, 416th Theater Engineer Command, Darien, Illinois.

Among her military awards are the Meritorious Service Medal (3d Award), Army Commendation Medal (6th Award), Army Achievement Medal (6th Award), Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal with “M” device (2d Award), NCO Professional Development Ribbon (2d Award), and the NATO Medal.

CW5 Beatty is married. In 2015, Mrs. Beatty retired with 30 years of civilian service; half of them in the National Capitol Region.