Jill Antonishak, PhD is a community psychologist who has worked on resilience and wellbeing initiatives with the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), the US Air Force, and Navy Special Warfare. Prior to joining TechWerks, she worked on the family support issues and was a staffer in the US Senate, working on family support, military health issues, and suicide prevention. She received her PhD from University of Virginia.
An experienced professional with a history of energizing teams and stimulating growth, Kerry has shared her research-based approach to enhancing performance and improving personal well-being and team dynamics to entities across the Department of Defense, as well as corporate and non-profit sectors around the world.
Her commitment to helping bridge military and civilian communities led her to create the Leave a Legacy Program at the US Army War College, where she also began her career as a trainer in the fields of Resilience, Leadership Development, and Emotional Intelligence.
Kerry has been recognized for her work on many levels, to include the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and being named the North Carolina Military Spouse of the Year.
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