MAJ(R) Priscilla W. Locke
Senior Advisor, Army Family Team Building
Priscilla (Pat) W. Locke was born in Rushville, Indiana. She was raised in Detroit, Michigan, and entered the Army as an enlisted Signal Corps soldier in 1974. In 1976 she was selected for the United States Military Academy Preparatory School (USMAPS), and then was selected to the Academy, graduating with the Class of 1980.
Pat followed that milestone with numerous other firsts – to include service in Air Defense Branch, Command of a tactical HAWK Battery in Germany, serving as the West Point Desk Manager at the Army’s Personnel Command, Executive Officer to the US Air Defense Artillery School, serving as a Patriot Battalion Operation Officer and Executive Officer, and more. Pat has earned a Masters of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University and a Masters of Science in Education from Loyola College. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Art in Moral Theology from Christendom College’s Notre Dame School of Graduate Studies. Pat is also a certified Montessori instructor.
In 1995, dealing with numerous Service related disabilities, Pat retired from the Army. She then focused on Family Readiness in Germany and at Fort Bliss, Texas, to include service as Senior Advisor and as Information Coordinator, and with Army Family Team Building (AFTB). She additionally volunteered then and now extensively with her parish and local community.
In 2006, Pat served as a member of the Program Committee for the celebration of 30 Years of Women at West Point.