Anna Richardson, the Green Beret Foundation’s Director of Programs & Services, is a U.S. Army veteran, Green Beret spouse, and founding member of the Ft. Campbell Steel Mags Chapter of the Green Beret Foundation.
In the Army, Anna’s work ran the gamut from Behavioral Health Technician to a rotation in the Neuroscience and Rehabilitation Center at Dwight David Eisenhower Army Medical Center, where she conducted neuropsychological testing batteries in support of a program studying traumatic brain injury (TBI) in soldiers. After transition, she earned her B.A. in Psychology, going on to contract in a behavioral health case management role at Ft. Campbell. Anna completed her M.S. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology before accepting the role of Human Resources Analyst for the City of Clarksville.
Today, in her role as the GBF’s Programs and Services Manager, Anna brings to the table her deep experience and knowledge of intake, assessment, and behavioral health services as she works closely with incoming new requests seeking the GBF’s assistance.
Anna is especially passionate about issues concerning Green Beret spouses, and at Ft. Campbell she was instrumental in helping to establish the Ft. Campbell Chapter of the Steel Mags, whose annual Brews for the Brave fundraiser continues to be a strong supporter of the GBF mission.
Anna is wife to Michael, a Green Beret, stepmother to James (14), and mother of Olivia (7) and Carter (3). Anna, Michael, Olivia, and Carter. She resides in Tampa, FL.