Anne C. Armstrong is currently the Deputy Director of the National Guard Educational Foundation and manages the National Guard Memorial Museum and Library. She is a veteran of Operations Desert Shield and Storm and was a member of the D.C. National Guard on 9/11/01. She earned her Master’s Degree on the Eastern Shore in history and later earned a Juris Doctorate with a specialty in the history of American law. In May of 2019, she earned her Doctorate of Liberal Studies at Georgetown University analyzing the philosophy of Immanuel Kant and the nature of voluntary service in the National Guard of the United States.
A D.C. native, she lives in the city and in her free time attends the Episcopal Church, teaches adult literacy, and volunteers at a crisis hotline.