Enochia T. Anderson '94, M. Ed.

Jacksonville, FL, Chapter Trustee

Enochia Anderson is the Regional Work & Family Life Coordinator for Commander, Navy Region Southeast Fleet & Family Readiness Program. She is a native of Joliet, Illinois, a 1990 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy Preparatory School, and a 1994 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in English. She is also the Treasurer on the Board of the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association Jacksonville Chapter.

Ms. Anderson served in the Navy for a total of more than eleven years and was designated as a Cryptologic Officer, ending her Naval career onboard Naval Security Group Activity, Rota Spain. After resigning her commission, she worked at the Fleet & Family Support Center (FFSC), Rota, Spain as a Spouse Employment Assistance Program Manager, Transition Assistance Program Manager, and Work & Family Supervisor and Acting FFSC Director. She also worked at the Department of Defense Dependent Schools in Rota, Spain as a Supervisory Management Services Specialist and Administrative Officer for the schools complex, serving the military community and families in Rota, Spain for a total of over 17 years. She also has five years of experience working for the Department of the Army as the ASVAB Program Coordinator for the Military Entrance Processing Station, Jacksonville where she maintained relationships with 341 high schools and colleges in 86 counties in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.

Enochia speaks French and Spanish, and is an ordained minister who has traveled extensively and served communities all over the world. She believes in volunteering and serving her local community and has received a Congressional Certification of Recognition as a member of then-Congressman Ron DeSantis’ USNA Nominations Board during her 15 years serving as a Blue & Gold Officer for the Naval Academy’s Admissions Office in both the overseas area and Jacksonville, Florida. Most recently, she served as an appointed Commissioner for the City of Jacksonville on the Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women, advocating for women and children, with a focus on veteran and military spouse issues, in the largest geographic city in the United States.

Ms. Anderson also holds a Masters of Education in International Education from Framingham State College and several certifications and memberships. Based on her work and accomplishments, she is honored to have been named 2011-2012 Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women, 2015-2016 Woman of the Year by the International Women’s Leadership Association, and USMEPCOM GS-10 and Above Civilian of the Year for FY16.

Enochia’s proudest role is as the mother to three successful daughters.