Renata Camara is an active-duty Captain in the U.S. Army. Her research focuses on understanding how to utilize behavioral insights to better integrate women into the special operations community.
Renata is an active-duty Captain in the U.S. Army. She commissioned in 2009 via Officer Candidate School into the logistics branch. She spent two years as the senior logistician at the Special Activities Training Battalion at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School and she is currently assigned to 528th Sustainment Brigade, United States Army Special Operations Command. The opinions expressed here and in Renata's research are hers alone and do not imply an endorsement from the Department of Defense, the U.S. Army or any federal agency. Renata's research focuses on understanding how to utilize behavioral insights to study conflict better so that we can dismantle it before reaching full-scale violence. A byproduct of her idea could potentially result in an increase in the number of women, LGBT and other minorities in the special operations community. She is originally from Brazil.
Gender Integration of the Special Operations Community