Eden Murrie has extensive experience in assisting clients with organizational transformation, legislative advocacy and financial efficiency. She is also a board member for the Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation.
Prior to her current position, Brigadier General Murrie culminated a 29-year Air Force career as the Director of Air Force Services in Washington DC. She led 800 civilian and military professionals in the mission of increasing combat capability and improving productivity of programs promoting readiness, esprit de corps and quality of life for Airmen and their families. As a member of Air Force’s executive management team, she was responsible for the development and execution of a $2 billion portfolio of worldwide programs. She has senior executive experience including working at the White House, serving on the staff of a Member of Congress and leading multinational organizations. Additionally, a master navigator with over 2400 flying hours, her flying career included serving as an instructor and evaluator in 3 different types of aircraft.
Eden is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and has Master’s Degrees in Political Science and National Security Strategy. She is currently pursuing a business degree from Vanderbilt University.