Wilma Jarman-Fields retired in December 2011 after serving 40+ years as a Department of Army civilian. She held various positions throughout her career – from clerk-typist, computer aide, technical writer for PS Magazine, working on the Electronic Publications Team converting manuals from paper to electronic, and team leader of the Technical Manual Specifications and Standards. Wilma’s love of country comes in second to her love of family. She was raised in Winchester, Kentucky as one of eight children. Her federal job transferred her and her three daughters to Huntsville, Alabama in the early 1990s. She graduated from Athens State College with a BA in Management of Technology and a minor in Computer Information Systems. She went on to study at Strayer University graduating with a MBA in Business Management. Knowing how important it is to have someone believe you can reach your goals, she was motivated to become part of the AUM Foundation. Wilma demonstrates a strong attitude to helping her community. In addition to sponsoring the P2S Program, she has served on the WEDC Foundation board and volunteers with the Huntsville-Madison County Senior Center by maintaining their website, supporting seniors as a Medicare counselor, and assisting fundraising as travel assistant.