Ms. Nancy E. Weaver
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
Ms. Nancy Weaver is the Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (ADASD), Warrior Care Policy. As the ADASD, she serves as the focal point for interaction with the Services on policy and issues affecting wounded, ill and injured care coordination for active, reserve and guard personnel. She also formulates DOD strategic plans, programmatic objectives, policies and standards to improve care, management and transition of recovering service members and their families.
Mr. Guy A. Stratton
Special Assistant to Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
Mr. Stratton joined the Warrior Care Policy office on May 9, 2012 as the Special Assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Warrior Care.
Director of Disability Evaluation Systems
Mr. Bret Stevens serves as the Director, Disability Evaluation Systems in the Office of Warrior Care Policy, Office of the Secretary of Defense (Personnel and Readiness). He is responsible for policy development and program oversight related to the Service Secretaries’ operation of the Disability Evaluation System. He also provides policy oversight for the Physical Disability Board of Review, a Congressionally-mandated disability appellate process for former Service members.
Ms. Sandra Mason
Acting Director of Recovery Coordination Program
Ms. Sandra Mason is responsible for the oversight and operations of the Recovery Coordination Program within the Warrior Care Policy office. She is one of the subject matter experts for the program and has been a part of the program’s development since July 2008. Ms. Mason has worked with all branches of service to ensure that the program’s core curriculum provides the basis for Recovery Care Coordinators to provide assistance and oversight to wounded Service members and their families.
Ms. Barbara A. Wilson
Director of Training & Outreach
Ms. Barbara Wilson is the Director of Training & Outreach, Warrior Care Policy. She is responsible for policy development and program oversight related to all training and outreach activities. She develops and implements standard training curriculum for Recovery Care Coordinators and plans, develops and executes training curriculum and programs designed to improve implementation of care, management and transition support to wounded, ill and injured Service members. Ms. Wilson is also responsible for increasing the understanding of Warrior Care’s mission, programs and support services through impactful and accessible outreach activities.
Jeffrey S. Lerner
Director of Education, Employment and Reconditioning Programs
Mr. Jeff Lerner is the Director of Education, Employment and Reconditioning Programs. He is responsible for WCP’s education, employment, and military adaptive sports policies and programs that engage Recovering Service Members to participate in their own recovery process.