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Christopher Schroeder

Nevada Ambassador

Army Reserve Ambassadors pose for portraits during their annual conference at the Double Tree hotel in Arlington, Va., Sep. 16, 2016. (U.S. Army photo by Joseph B. Lawson)

Name:  Christopher S. Schroeder
Hometown:  Reno

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Organizations/Clubs/Philanthropies:  Veterans of Foreign Wars (Life Member) and American Legion (Life Member)  

Civilian Honors:  Certificate of Recognition from the Citrus Heights Police Department.

Military Retirement Date, Date of Rank, Service and Key Positions:  Retired 28 February 2011 from the U.S. Army as a Command Sergeant Major; served as Command Sergeant Major of the Sacramento and Jacksonville Army Recruiting Battalions; First Sergeant of Honolulu and Vancouver Recruiting Companies; Instructor/Developer/Writer for the Guidance Counselor/Operation Course at the Recruiting Retention School/Soldier Support Institute at Ft. Jackson, SC; Brigade Training NCO at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Bethesda, MD;

Name of Spouse: Amanda Schroeder

Army Reserve Ambassador Christopher S. Schroeder is retired from the position of Command Sergeant Major of the Sacramento Army Recruiting Battalion.  He is currently a licensed real estate agent in Nevada, and previously served in many positions within the U.S. Army Recruiting Command.  Ambassador Schroeder holds a BA in Marketing with Honors from American Military University.