Wendy Charece McClinton is a native daughter of NYC, which is where she was reared and received her formal education. After graduation from High School she joined the United States Army
and served for a decade. This decorated Veteran served during the Desert Storm Persian Gulf Era.
So much can be said about the individual who is naturally gifted intellectually, works diligently and has committed herself to the pursuit of excellence. Numerous citations and awards mark her tenure with the military, Black Veterans for Social Justice, Inc., the National Association for Black Veterans (NABV) and the National Association of Black Military Women (NABMW).
As an Administrator, her leadership and management skills
gave way to her prolific role as President/CEO of Black Veterans for Social Justice. As a result of her sterling reputation for professionalism and devotion to duty, she was appointed as the National Commander for the National Association of Black Veterans (NABVETS).