Meet Angie Fennen, your San Antonio Steel Mags Vice Chapter Lead and the Program and Service Coordinator for the Green Beret Foundation. Her primary mission is to support Programs and Services specifically developed to advocate for the Special Forces Community. She has been an essential part the GBF Headquarters Staff since 2011 and impacted the lives of more than 1,100 Special Forces families. Angie has several years’ of experience supporting the rear detachment during numerous combat and training deployments, such as Operation Freedom's Sentinel (OFS), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), Operation
Enduring Freedom (OEF), KFOR 7, JCETs and National and Joint Training Center deployments. Angie’s focus has always been on ensuring the home front for the Green Beret, soldiers and their families is in order, so the soldier forward can focus on their mission.
As a dedicated military wife since 2001, Angie understands the
importance of having a strong support system. Angie is an experienced professional who balances a demanding corporate and military lifestyle. She has successfully created growth and operational successes while serving as liaison for service members and their families while caring for her own family.
On a daily basis Angie mentors Green Berets and their families by
providing information and raising awareness on current and developing programs such a Casualty Care, Next Ridgeline, The Steel Magnolias, support to Gold Star Families and other military and Veteran Affairs programs and services. Angie’s main goal continues to be to provide support to the community and uphold the values of the Green Beret Foundation. Ask any Steel Mag and they'll tell you Angie is the nicest lady you'll ever meet. Thanks for all you do for us Steel Mags Angie!!