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Theresa Bodnar

Veteran

Military Service

U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel

Experience

19 years served

Future

Seeking a career in consulting

Location

Alexandria, VA

About Theresa

LTC Theresa Bodnar is a career Army Reserve AGR Officer and has worked in the budget programming field for the last 10 years. She currently serves as the Integration Branch Chief at the Program Analysis and Evaluation Directorate, Office of the Chief-Army Reserve.

Theresa Bodnar is a certified Army Master Resilience Trainer (MRT), a Positive Psychology Practitioner, Eatng Psychology Educator, and Stress Mastery Educator.

She holds a BA in Elementary Education from John Carroll University, a MS in Organizational Leadership from Robert Morris University, and a dual Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and Public Administration (MPA) from Syracuse University. She is certified as a Master Resilience Trainer through the US Army, as an Applied Positive Psychology Practitioner through the Flourishing Center, holds a certificate in Eating Psychology Coaching through the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, and is certified as a Heidi Hanna Stress Mastery Educator.

Theresa is the author of Get UPP!: Understanding Positive Psychology, a poetry book dedicated to positive psychology concepts; co-author of Gratitude Mission 2: More People, More Gratitude, More Inspiration; and a columnist with The Teen Mentor and Happy Conscious Living e-zines. She also runs a FB Group entitled 365 Days of Gratiude.

In her free time, Theresa enjoys writing, traveling, dancing, dining out, spending time with family and close friends, and is an avid learner.

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Questions by Theresa

2 months ago

I am interested in doing professional blogging. Does anyone have experience with this or know of any great training?

Free resources are best!

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6 months ago

Does anyone have any connections in the publishing industry or retail stores that feature greeting cards?

I am an author and new greeting card business owner and am trying to connect with someone that can help...

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