Jodie M. Grenier is the Chief Executive Officer of Foundation for Women Warriors (FFWW), a 102- year-old nonprofit organization committed to empowering the economic and personal wellbeing of women veterans.
Jodie joined FFWW in 2016, leading a rebrand that revitalized and expanded programming, and increased revenue by 600%. As a leading voice on women’s and veterans’ issues, Jodie testified before the House Committee on Veteran’s Affairs on issues impacting the economic well-being of women veterans in 2019 and again in 2021 on a whole government approach in support of servicewomen.
Jodie began her career in the United States Marine Corps serving with 1st Marine Division. She deployed twice to Iraq as an Intelligence Collections Analyst and Watch Chief where she provided unit commanders with real-time actionable intelligence mitigating threats to troops.
During her decade-long career in Intelligence and National security she supported multiple Departments of Defense and State projects in the United States, Al Kut, Iraq and Kabul, Afghanistan.
Jodie is a Presidential Leadership Scholar, serves on the SoCalGas Community Advisory Council, the City of San Diego Veterans, Military, & Families Council, and is a member of Veteran of Foreign Wars, Women Marine’s Association, 100 Women Who Care Orange County, and Women Give San Diego.
Jodie earned Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from National University and holds a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership and Management from the University of San Diego.Back To People