Posted by Mikelle D. Smith, DCoE Public Affairs on February 15, 2017
When people hear “Superwoman,” the words justice and strength may come to mind. This cherished comic book character positively affects the lives of those she encounters, but who’s to say she isn’t real? This is the second article in a four-part series that shares how four superwomen change lives and take on unique, yet rewarding, challenges as they offer their time as community volunteers.
Through her career in the Army, Maj. Demietrice Pittman has traveled the world, but that didn’t prepare her for one of the most anticipated times of year.
“It’s cookie season! It’s always a great time of year for my troop,” said Pittman, a clinical psychologist who is the implementation science team chief at the Deployment Health Clinical Center. “The girls are excited and ready to have fun, which is the most important thing.”