Corrina Bartels knows military duty and sacrifice. She has served almost two decades in the Nebraska Air National Guard and Air Force Reserves, deploying to Iraq when her son was two-years-old. Now she serves as a Case Manager at Berry Law Firm.
“I have a heart for service. Every Veteran’s story is different, but as a Veteran, I understand what it means to leave your family to serve your country.”
As a result of her accomplishments while deployed, Bartels was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal and the 2010 Headquarters Air Force A2 Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Award for Air Reserve Command Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, which recognizes a reserve intelligence professional at the national level.
Corrina is currently an officer assigned to the Joint Reserve Intelligence Support Element, United States Strategic Command at Offutt AFB and an active member of the American Legion Post 32 in Papillion, Nebraska. She continues to let the Air Force principles of integrity, service before self, and excellence guide her work as an advocate for Veterans.
Bartels approaches her clients with empathy, compassion, and understanding, along with the belief that Veterans deserve the benefits they’ve earned. A self-described fighter, Corrina will stop at nothing to secure what’s fair.
“It can be such a frustrating process and one that takes a lot of time. By having someone else advocate for them, clients don’t have to take on that frustration. Veterans have bravely and tirelessly fought for their country. As an advocate, I want them to know that they have someone fighting for them.”
Corrina holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. She enjoys spending her free time with her son, Bernedoodle puppy, family, and friends and sharing faith and fellowship with her church family. She can also be found outdoors appreciating any activity involving nature.
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