It PaYS to know SFC Corin-Manning Gillens, Sr., US Army Retired
When you think of the defining illustration of Selfless Service, you can be assured that Sergeant First Class Corin-Manning Gillens, Sr., United States Army Ret. is front and center. With his attention and focus on positive change and great exploits, Corin-Manning leads well through his true life Army experiences and care for others. Especially in his small home town and military an church community at Charleston, South Carolina, Corin uplifts his Fellow USAREC Soldiers and Future Recruits through principles of headship and his God-fearing family ethics.
The accolades of Black History Month include Corin’s many accomplishments and charitable contributions followed by National Women’s History month that proves Corin surely respects the strong women that raised him. He excelled in Recruiting for the US Army and notes reflections from 26 years of service by painting a picture of successes, times spent during deployments, stories of camaraderie, higher education excellence, world travels and his newer role as the Marketer of the West for the Army’s finest PaYS program. http://GoArmy.com.
Corin-Manning knew at the age of six after watching his father come home in the Army Uinform that he would become a Soldier for Life. He shares about honoring his father who is serving within the Judicial System and when he was young he cleaved unto his mother’s biblical principles of Faith and Prayer to the Lord as he grew up. His degrees, vision and mission to be a great father to his daughter and son that share hyphenated names that mean true Strength is dear to his heart and so is his loving wife. With a mother that spent most of her life in educating youth as a Principal, Corin-Manning looks forward to giving back and mentoring young men and sharing all that GoArmy.com has done for him to this day. Corin-Manning’s family is well endowed with service members both male and female and it was a joy for him to lead the Christina Silva Show experience to his nomination of the most influential Female Soldier to be recognized during this month of March, National Women’s History Month, Lt. Col Cynthia Blevins who looks up to Corin-Manning as her stellar role model as she grew up in a small town in South Carolina as well. The testimonial that you’ll hear on this episode proves that ‘Educating Our Veterans is a Community Responsibility” and the lessons and quote that Corin-Manning yields to wrap the show is one we can take to heart and always remember.