A Black Woman in Uniform: Her Soldier Story (S3 E6)

While soldiers share much in common, every soldier’s career can have its unique challenges. That can be particularly true if you’re a woman of colour.
Warrant Officer Avril Jno-Baptiste-Jones has served in various parts of Canada, and has deployed to Afghanistan and Kuwait. She is currently Chief Clerk with 4 Engineer Support Regiment in Gagetown. She shares her insights and lessons learned from her experiences as a new recruit to her working life today.

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