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Dr. Krystle Matthews

Dr. Krystle Matthews

Women Veterans Program Director

Dr. Krystle Matthews, U.S. Army veteran, is the Women Veterans Program Director at Texas Veterans Commission. Dr. Matthews educates women veterans on the benefits and services they earned through their military service; assist women veterans with accessing those benefits and services; and collaborates with federal, state, and local partners to provide existing services and create new services to meet unmet needs. Previously, Dr. Matthews worked in Veterans Employment Services where she served as a Veterans Career Advisor, District Outreach Coordinator, and State Women Veterans Employment Coordinator.

As a Veterans Career Advisor, Dr. Matthews worked one-on-one with veterans to help them overcome barriers to obtaining suitable and long-term employment. As the Gulf Coast District Outreach Coordinator, Dr. Matthews provided support services to internal staff and external partners. She created and cultivated relationships that essentially provided wraparound services for veterans seeking employment as well as other assistance (i.e., clothing, financial, housing, etc.). As the State Women Veterans Employment Coordinator, Dr. Matthews advocated on behalf of women veterans in employment and training opportunities. She worked to educate employers on the benefits of hiring women veterans to fill open positions as well as the benefits available to employers for hiring Texas veterans. She also educated women veterans on the benefits and services available to them through employer programs.

Dr. Matthews holds a bachelor’s degree in Technical Management, a master’s degree in Human Resource Development, and a doctorate in Education. She is active in several veteran service organizations and empowers college students to lead and succeed by serving as an advisor for a nationally recognized leadership honor society. She recently received the Outstanding Women in Texas Government Community Involvement Award. When Dr. Matthews has free time, she spends it with her family and volunteering in local communities. She is very passionate about helping others and advocating on behalf of veterans.

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