This March, we’re honoring the accomplishments of visionary servicewomen who have strengthened our nation. Resilient. Brave. Powerful. These three words describe our Rally Point guests. Learn about their challenges, victories and achievements across different branches of service and how they continue to make an impact in their communities today.

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Carlandra “CT” Moss is a U.S. Army, Retired First Sergeant with over 24 years of experience in leadership, training, and community relations.  She is a certified life coach, motivational speaker, and fitness influencer. CT Moss is a director at Blue Star Families, a not-for-profit organization that supports and serves military families. She leads their Campaign for Inclusion a multi-dimensional, cross-sector, collective-action effort to improve the service experiences for diverse military families.

CT Moss received her Bachelor Professional Studies in Business & Administration and her Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Social Media Management from Excelsior College.  She is a native of Florida and enjoys volunteering in the community.  She currently has a son serving in the Army and a daughter serving in the Air force.

Hailing from a suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota, Kim Guedry is the daughter of a railroad-working dad and a lunch-lady mom who learned early on that hard work and perseverance produces results and opportunity is something to be taken, despite fear, doubt or risk of failure.

Kim is a proud alum of the US Coast Guard Academy where she was a multi-sport athlete. While on active duty following graduation, Kim’s roles ranged from Commanding Officer of a Coast Guard cutter (ship) to Command Duty Officer in the Service’s busiest command center. Following her transition to the reserves, Kim held various liaison positions within the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security, including her role as Chief of Operations at US Southern Command’s Crisis Action Center and as a Coast Guard Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer to FEMA Region II.

Kim’s current reserve position is as Director, Joint Reserve Detachment at the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) in Mountain View, California. There she leads reserve personnel from across the Services in direct support of DIU’s six portfolios, namely Advanced Energy, Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Autonomy, Cyber, Human Systems, Space. After a 24-year active duty and reserve career, Kim has chosen to retire from the Coast Guard in the Fall of 2023 to spend more time with her family and devote to passion projects.

In a civilian capacity, Kim is the former co-founder of two startup companies, one in the AgTech industry and one in business continuity consulting. She is currently the Director of Business Operations at Lumen Technologies, a Fortune 150 technology company, where she also serves as Chief of Staff in the North America Enterprise Field Operations organization. 

Kim holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the US Coast Guard Academy, a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and certificates from the US Naval War College and the National Defense University. She is also a George W. Bush Institute Scholar and a certified Project Management Professional.

Kim currently resides in Frisco, Texas, with her husband, a fellow veteran and commercial pilot, Andy, their two teenage boys, Devin and Chase, and a Weimaraner named Beatrix.

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