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CAPT Cleckley

Captain Janiese A. Cleckley
Medical Service Corps, United States Navy
Executive Officer of Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Pearl Harbor

Captain Cleckley is a native of the West Indies and currently serves as the Executive Officer of Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.  A prior enlisted sailor, Captain Cleckley enlisted in the Navy in 1990 as a Seaman Recruit and excelled to the rank of Chief Petty Officer, receiving her commission in 2002.  She earned her undergraduate degree in Healthcare Management from Southern Illinois University of Carbondale and her Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Baylor University in Texas. 
 
Significant enlisted assignments include:  Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Naval Healthcare New England, and Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune.  Officer assignments include: Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune (Leading Chief and Clinic Manager), Naval Ambulatory Clinic Portsmouth New Hampshire (Department Head Patient Admin), Naval Health Clinic Key West (Administrative Officer), Navy Medicine Education and Training Command, San Antonio (Director for Administration), Naval Hospital Guantanamo Bay (Director for Administration), Naval Health Clinic Fallon (Officer in Charge), and Naval Personnel Command Millington ( Deputy Branch Head). 
 
Captain Cleckley is a board-certified Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives since 2007.  Captain Cleckley has held numerous executive milestone positions and was by name selected to serve on three star Flag staff, in a major decision making role as the Executive Officer and Deputy Chief of Staff to the Director of the Defense Health Agency.  Additionally, she served as Flag Aide to the 16th Director, Medical Service Corps and Commander, Navy Support Command.  She deployed in 2008 with the Joint Task Force-Joint Medical Group-in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  
 
Recognitions include:  The 2022 Joint Federal Sector (JFS) Senior Officer for Inclusion and Diversity award, the 2020 JFS Award for Military in Excellence and the Joint National Leadership Image Award for meritorious service. 
 
Major military awards include:  Defense Superior Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (five), Joint Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal (two), Joint Service Commendation Medal and the Navy Achievement Medal (two).
 
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