The IPPF Welcomes its Newest Peer Health Coach: Carolyn Fota
Carolyn Fota joins the IPPF Peer Health Coach team with a wealth of experience that includes almost 30 years in the United States Army serving as a medical service officer, retiring at the rank of lieutenant colonel. Her favorite experiences serving in the Army were being an airborne soldier dropping out of the sky, supporting various medical missions, flying in C-130s, transporting patients, and serving in the United States Army Surgeon General’s Office.
Carolyn is currently employed by the Department of Defense working in software systems, communications, and training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Carolyn holds a bachelor’s degree in government from Evangel University and a master’s degree in human relations from the University of Oklahoma. Most of the time you’ll find Carolyn either writing, reading, playing with one of her three crazy cats, or enjoying time with her husband of over twenty-nine years, Frank.