Past Museum Director’s Seminars

A Discussion of Army Values

Tammy E. Call, Director of the National Museum of the United States Army, hosted a virtual panel discussion of Army values with three distinguished female Army leaders. This flagship seminar explored topics of Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage.

Guest panelists included Kathleen Miller, Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army; Chief Warrant Officer 5 Phyllis Wilson, USA-Retired, President, Military Women’s Memorial; and Command Sgt. Maj. Donna Brock, USA-Retired, board member, Army Women’s Foundation and Military Child Education Coalition.

Recorded live March 2, 2021

Museum Director, Tammy E. Call, hosts a women’s history month conversation with special guests to discuss how the Army Values have shaped them as leaders and as citizens.

The Army Values are the moral principles of the Army ethic. Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage are fundamental and enduring values for the U.S. Army. Soldiers and Army civilians are expected to live these values every day and in everything they do—on and off duty. A commitment to these values also form a foundation for a culture of teamwork, excellence, and respect, which in turn, contributes to a strong and ready Army that can improvise, adapt, and overcome.

Seminar Host


Tammy E. Call

Tammy E. Call became the first Director of the National Museum of the United States Army in November 2014 leading the project team to its public opening on November 11, 2020.

Ms. Call is a 2014 graduate of the Air War College, earning a Master of Strategic Studies. She also completed a Master of Science in Counseling and Human Development at Troy University.

Beginning her career in public service in 1984 as a commissioned officer in the United States Army, Ms. Call is proud to have been associated with the Army her entire life; as an Army brat, an Army veteran, and more than 28 years as an Army civilian.

Seminar Panel


(from left to right) Kathleen Miller, Phyllis Wilson, Donna Brock

Kathleen S. Miller is the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army, appointed on 28 October 2018. She is the senior career civilian in the U.S. Army and is the principal career civilian advisor to the Secretary of the Army for administrative and business matters, including transformational activities in the Headquarters and with the Civilian Workforce. Ms. Miller previously served as the Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS), G-3/5/7. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Resource Economics from Cornell University, a Master of Science in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College, and an M.B.A. from Syracuse University.

Phyllis J. Wilson, Chief Warrant Officer 5 (Retired), is President of the Military Women’s Memorial. Chief Wilson holds a Master of Science in Management from Webster University; two Bachelor of Science degrees: nursing and liberal arts; and three Associate of Science degrees. While in uniform, she deployed twice to Iraq with a highly specialized Joint Special Operations Task Force, and was inducted into the Army Women’s Foundation Hall of Fame in 2017.

Donna Brock
 is a retired Command Sgt. Maj. with more than 35 years of Army service. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Thomas Edison State College and a Master of Science from Trident University International in Healthcare Management. While serving in assignments across the world, including a deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Command Sgt. Maj. Brock’s culminating assignment was as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Army Surgeon General, the Medical Command, and the Army’s senior enlisted Medic.