Bonnie Carroll founded the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors following the death of her husband in an Army plane crash. Out of that loss, she founded the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. Ms. Carroll retired as a Major in the USAFR. In her civilian career, she served three Presidents in the White House, as the White House Liaison to the VA, and in Baghdad, Iraq as a Senior Advisor. In 2015, Ms. Carroll was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

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