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Chief Navy Counselor Keisha Kelly changes lives.

She takes disadvantaged young men and women and gives them a chance to thrive.

At her first recruiting station, for example, she met two siblings. They were smart kids in a bad situation, struggling financially and caring for a sick mother. Kelly went out of her way to help them enlist in the Navy. Now, they're both first class petty officers. https://www.navy.mil/ah_online/deptStory.asp?issue=3&dep=6&id=107479

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