Rad Women of USS Constitution
Meet some of the rad women of USS Constitution!
Join the USS Constitution Museum and USS Constitution for an insightful discussion about leadership and the role women play in shaping today’s Navy. From exploring the depths of the sea aboard a submarine to serving on the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world, 21% of all active-duty sailors in the United States are women. In this free virtual event, hear from four incredible women who serve on USS Constitution and learn about their career paths and the skills needed to be a leader in the US Navy.
The program will be moderated by Command Master Chief Petty Officer (CMDCM) Nancy Estrada, USN (Ret.), with questions and input from virtual attendees. CMDCM Estrada joined the U.S. Navy in 1990 and served on USS G.H.W. Bush and USS Nimitz, eventually being promoted to the Command Senior Chief program for duty on USS Constitution. Her tour culminated with her selection as the Command Master Chief for NAS Sigonella.
- Command Senior Chief (CMDCS), Angela Collins, USS CMDCS Collins is the principal enlisted advisor to the Commanding Officer, the most senior enlisted person assigned to the command.
- Lieutenant (LT) Sasha Lowry, USS LT Lowry is an Operations Officer and the principal advisor to the Executive Officer. She is responsible for all daily operations of the ship and crew, which includes scheduling, facilities management, and watchbills.
- Aircrew Survival Equipmentman (PR2) Kimberly Watson, USS PR2 Watson is currently assigned to Deck Department as the Facilities Assistant Leading Petty Officer. She leads the execution of facilities upkeep and repair.
- Seaman (SN) Melanie “Santos” Santosrangel, USS SN Santosrangel has just completed bootcamp. She was selected to serve on “Old Ironsides” due to her outstanding performance.
This event has been made possible thanks to the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Date: March 31, 2021
Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
USS Constitution Museum + USS Constitution