Brandi G. Stauber
Brandi G. Stauber assumed the role of acting deputy to the garrison commander Dec. 18, 2020. Prior to this assignment, she served as the executive officer for U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii since July 6, 2020. She has a broad portfolio serving as a key advisor to the garrison command group coordinating staff activities and community support.
U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii is the Army's premier home in the Pacific committed to service and enhancing readiness. The garrison serves over 100,000 personnel across 22 military installations in Hawaii providing quality services and infrastructure within the strategic support area for quality of life and mission readiness to Soldiers, civilians, families, retirees and Gold Star families in the military community. As the garrison’s executive officer, Stauber leverages diversity, cultivating an inclusive culture, enhancing the garrison team's capabilities to deliver high quality services and investment in facilities.
Prior to this assignment, Stauber served as an Installation Management Command-Europe program manager directing the administration and operation of over 40 community service programs throughout seven garrisons and five forward sites in Europe. Stauber’s federal career spans over 20 years, beginning in 1999 in Schweinfurt, Germany, and includes more than 15 years leading programs and directing operations at Installation Management Command installations across Europe, Texas, Oklahoma and Hawaii.
Her additional key leadership roles include deputy garrison manager, Garmisch and deputy director of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation at U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii. She served on the Installation Management Command-Europe G3/5/7 team coordinating actions related to all things enterprise, global posture and global basing.
Stauber received the designation of Certified Public Manager or CPM, June 2019, from Arizona State University. She has a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Oklahoma and a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Missouri State University.
As the daughter of a retired U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer, Stauber has enjoyed a lifelong affiliation with, and commitment to, the Army. She has received multiple awards to include one Meritorious Civilian Service Award, one Superior Civilian Service Award, three Commander’s Awards for Civilian Service, and the Commander’s Award for Public Service.