Amanda Azubuike, a Nigerian woman, has been promoted to the rank of Brigadier-General, in the United States Army at a military base in Fort Knox, Kentucky, USA.
Commanding General of the United States Army Futures Command, General James E. Rainey, while celebrating her promotion stated that Azubuike “makes everyone around her better.”
Amanda was born to Nigerian Parents in London, United Kingdom. She joined the US military in 1994 and became an aviator, for 11 years, after that she continued her career in the Army as a public affairs and relations officer.
Azubuike currently serves as a Deputy Commanding Officer at the US Army Cadet Command and previously served as a Chief of Staff/Senior Military Advisor at the Office of the Secretary of Defense. She was also Chief of Public Affairs at the United States Southern Command, Fort Lauderdale Area, and the Director of Public Affairs, Joint Force HQs-National Capital Region/Military District of Washington.
She also served as a Communications Consultant for the National Football League Players Association and a Public Relations staff for the NFL franchise, the Washington Redskins.
Apart from her Army qualifications, Gen. Azubuike has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communication/Media Studies from the University of Central Arkansas, a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, and a Master of Professional Studies, Public Relations/Corporate Communications from Georgetown University.
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