Justin Tash is the Administrative Assistant for the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) where he works to support the team responsible for the Department of Defense Child Collaboration Study. He received his Bachelors in Communications from Texas A&M University and is currently pursuing a Masters in Social Work from the University of South Florida.
Prior to joining CDP, Mr. Tash served in the U.S. Air Force for seven years as a Combat Systems Officer, up until he was Medically Retired as a Captain. His last assignment was to the 41st Electronic Combat Squadron on Davis-Monthan AFB as a Navigator on the EC-130H Compass Call. During his years of service, Mr. Tash was involved with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office as a Volunteer VIctim’s Advocate and was also appointed as the 55th Electronic Combat Group’s first Resilience Coordinator.