Carol Sue Milner-Brindley, American psychologist, consultant. Licensed psychologist, Washington, Hawaii. President Federal Women's Program, Tacoma, 1987. Lieutenant Commander United States Naval Reserve, 1991. Member American Psychological Association, Veterans of Foreign Wars (Distinguished Service award 1989), Phi Delta Gamma (honorary), NOVA Psi (chair professional issues committee 1987-1988).
Bachelor of Science in Zoology, University Wisconsin, 1974. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, University Wisconsin, 1976. Master of Science in Sport Psychology, University Wisconsin, 1978.
Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, Mississippi State University, Starkville, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1984.
Coordinator counsel psychology Department Veterans Affairs, Tacoma, 1984-1987, staff psychologist Honolulu, 1987-1990. Assistant clinical professor Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasedena, California, 1985-1987, University Hawaii, Honolulu, since 1987. Bureau chief treatment support service Montana Development Center, Boulder, 1990-1991.
Staff psychologist Department Veterinary Affairs, Helena, Montana, since 1991. Director internship Department Veterans Affairs, Honolulu, 1987-1990, member Equal Employment Opportunity board, Tacoma, 1987. Supervisor special education Office Public Instruction, Helena, since 1991.