National Leadership


  • Auxiliary national leaders collaborate to ensure that our motivated members have everything to successfully carry out our mission–things like informational resources and support, an action plan, encouragement, materials, and recognition for a job well done. Our personal connection to the heroes we serve fuels our passion, making sure the mission is met. The powerful results our veterans, military and their families receive are due to the dedication of our members. It is a powerful mission, led by passionate servant leaders.

     
  • ALA National President 2013-2013Nancy Brown-Park

    Nancy Brown-Park, National President

    Nancy Brown-Park, of Palm Desert, Calif., was elected national president of the American Legion Auxiliary during the organization’s 93rd National Convention in Houston, Aug. 23-29. Brown-Park joined the American Legion Auxiliary through her father, Richard D. Brown, a WWII Army Air Corps veteran. She is also eligible through the service of her husband, Jim Park, a Navy Vietnam War veteran.

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  • ALA National Vice President 2013-2014Janet Jefford

    Janet Jefford, National Vice President

    Janet Jefford, of Manchester, Conn., was elected national vice president of the American Legion Auxiliary during the organization’s 93rd National Convention in Houston, Aug. 23-29.

    Jefford, a 45-year member, joined the American Legion Auxiliary through her father William Lucas, a WWII Army veteran. She is also eligible through her son, Jeff, a Desert Storm Army veteran. Jefford is a member of Goodale-Rameker Unit 56.

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  • Mary Dubbie BucklerMary “Dubbie” Buckler

    Mary “Dubbie” Buckler, National Secretary/Executive Director

    Mary "Dubbie" Buckler is a lifelong resident of the greater Indianapolis area where she has earned a reputation as a caring leader in business, public service, elective office, and civic service. She is an accomplished business executive with an impressive background in management, finance, and issue advocacy. Her career path reveals a strong commitment to serving where she can make a difference in people’s lives by giving back to the community. Dubbie is also proud to have served as the Federalist Party chair at Hoosier Girls State during high school, and while in college, as one of only five full colonels in the United States in Angel Flight, an honorary to the Air Force ROTC. View full bio

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