Won Palisoul

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Won Palisoul

Won Palisoul was born in China and raised in New York City. In 2001, she enlisted in the US Navy and served as a Gas Turbine Technician (Electrical) aboard guided missile destroyers. Won was forward deployed in the Pacific region for Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). Shortly after separating from the military, she founded a small business and ran the company for four years.

In 2012, she was named a Veteran Associate at the New York Stock Exchange. Later that year, she became a Mission Continues Fellow, and served as a Local Chapter Coordinator at Student Veterans of America.  She was an Office Manager at a retirement fund and currently works for a self-regulatory organization in the financial sector as a Compliance Examiner.

Given her passion in helping others, she founded Women Veterans and Families Network (WVFN).  Won is a Defense Council Member at Truman Project, NY State Coordinator for the DNC Veterans and Military Families Council, Sister on the Planet Ambassador at OxFam America, Board Member of Veterans in Global Leadership, Board Member of New Leaders Council (NYC), Subcommittee Member of CFA Society of New York and serves on the Advisory Council of Mission Getting To Next. Won holds an M.A. in Information Technology Management from Webster University, and an M.S. in Nonprofit Fundraising Management from Columbia University.  She currently resides in Manhattan with her husband, also a veteran of the U.S. Navy, and two children.

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