2020-2021 executive board
President, 2020-2021: Irma Ibarra
For the past three years, Irma has proudly served on this amazing club board. She began as Hospitality Chair, then dove into the Programs Chair position, and this past year, Irma has served as President. While she was ready to hang up her boots, Irma wanted to continue to give back to a Club that has given her so much. MOSCDC is a Club like no other. This area is so different for our beloved Marine Corps family. We don't have the luxury of a close military community with large units that grant us the camaraderie that other state military bases do. We must work hard to keep these ties together by ensuring a club like MOSCDC continues to function. Her husband is a couple of years away from retiring so Team Ibarra is scheduled to be here until her husband's duty time comes to a close. This grants Irma the opportunity to continue serving MOSCDC and all of you to ensure we all have a positive experience during our time here in our Nation's Capital. She is honored to serve as your 2020-2021 MOSCDC President. She looks forward to another amazing year with MOSCDC!
Vice President, 2020-2021: Christina Glisson
Christina and her family have been stationed in Northern Virginia since 2018. She has worked within and been married to the Marine Corps since 2008, bleeds blue and white as a Penn State Alumna, and is the proud mama of twin girls, Harper Rose and Ruby Quinn. She has proudly served as part of the MOSCDC Board in a variety of positions such as Vice President and as JAFOWL Representative, Hospitality, Programs, and Reservations Chairs over the past two years. My professional background is in digital marketing, event planning, social media, legal administrator, freelance writing, and nonprofit support for companies such as MCCS Camp Pendleton and Wounded Warrior Project. Christina has come to feel passionately about MOSCDC and the variety of ways it offers support and adventure to her fellow spouses. Christina is privileged and honored to offer her time and abilities in support of MOSCDC and the many men and women who make our diverse community of spouses the incredible mélange of talent and beauty that it is.
Treasurer, 2020-2021: Yoly Cuccio
Yoly has been a member of MOSCDC for a number of years. She has held board positions with several Marine Corps spouses' groups and other organizations to include: Treasurer, Reservations, Community Liaison in Okinawa, and a member of the Board of Directors for the Marine Thrift Shop. Additionally, she has volunteered over 2,000 hours of community service with the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) as a Caseworker, Publicity Chair, and Chairman of the Visiting Nurse Program. She enjoys being involved with many organizations and meeting amazing people, some of whom have become lifelong friends. She has three adult children and her husband retired from the Marine Corps after 31 years of faithful service. She holds a Master's Degree in Healthcare Management and a Master's of Business Administration in Human Resource Management. She is hopeful that her experience and background will help MOSCDC continue to be the strong organization it is.
Recording Secretary, 2020-2021: Tammy Wilson
I am originally from the Blackfeet Nation in Browning Montana. My husband, Scott and I have two children, Sophia and Nate, along with two fur babies, Yui and Stella. I became a member of the Officer Spouses Club in Camp Pendleton in the early 2000's. As the years flew by, I also joined MOSCDC, and MOSCO. With every move, I found it important to pour into our community and to serve in our current stage of life. I have volunteered anywhere from the MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) steering team, to a Girl Scouts troop leader for a number of years, the PTA, and a classroom volunteer/tutor. As my children got older, I was able to branch out and help with unit activities, event planning, a Command Team Advisor and was recently on the National War College Spouses Board. I have also had wonderful opportunities to share my Native American heritage with the International Spouses at National Defense University, as well as various elementary schools. I have always enjoyed the camaraderie within our Marine community, and I look forward to reconnecting with dear friends and making new relationships.
Corresponding Secretary, 2020-2021: Kaprece James
Kaprece is a Social Entrepreneur, Humanitarian, Founder & CEO, Mental Health Advocate, and International Leader. Mrs. James has served her communities volunteering and working in the nonprofit sector for over 30 years. She started two nongovernmental organizations in Liberia and has assisted many other nonprofits with building their programs nationally and internationally. She has a Master’s in Public Administration with a specialty in Nonprofit Management & Leadership. Kaprece has been serving the military community for 14 years in the roles of Environmental Compliance Officer, Family Readiness Officer, Life Skill Trainer, and a mentor to both service members and their spouses. She has also served as Vice President and Scholarship Chair of 29 Palms OSC, Auction Chair and Community Liaison of Okinawa MOSC, Auction Chair for North Island OSC, and parliamentarian for Okinawa AWWA. Kaprece’s nonprofit, Stella’s Girls, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit and recognized Liberian nongovernmental organization, that focuses on the empowerment and leadership development of girls and women in the U.S., Japan, Liberia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Ivory Coast and Uganda. Last year, Kaprece was named the 2019 Armed Forces Insurance Naval Postgraduate Military Spouse of the Year and has received numerous awards for her dedication and leadership.
Marine Officers' Spouses' Club of Washington, D.C. (MOSCDC)
MOSCDC is a 501(c)(7) organization.