Representing Active Duty, Reservist and Retired USCG CWO’s since 1929

Membership Numbers

Active duty

1331

Reserves

82

Retired

1935

Chief Warrant and Warrant Officers Association

United States Coast Guard

CWO2 Sarah L. Case, USCG Reserve

CWO2 Sarah L. Case, USCG Reserve

Vice-President for Reserve Affairs

Chief Warrant Officer Sarah Case has 16 years of combined active duty and reserve service in the United States Coast Guard. Upon reporting to Base Cleveland in July of 2014, she assumed the duties as the Acting Senior Reserve Officer (SRO). In October 2014, she took over the responsibilities as the Personnel Administrative Officer and Team Leader. Prior to her current assignment, she served as LANTAREA Operations Section Admin Chief while also serving as the collateral duty Command Chief for the LANT and D5 Staff. Previous assignments include Surge Staffing Branch for Deepwater Horizon, PSSU Portsmouth, VA., Sector St. Petersburg, FL., CGC JARVIS, Honolulu, HI., Group Mobile, AL., TRACEN Petaluma, CA and CGC SWEETGUM, Mobile, AL. During her time at LANTAREA she co-founded the Tidewater-Women’s Leadership and Mentoring Group (T-WLM). Chief Warrant Officer Case holds both a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and a Master of Management. She is also a 2014 graduate of the Chief Warrant Officer Professional Development course, and a 2012 graduate of Class 30 of the Chief Petty Officer’s Academy. She is currently working on her certification for Professional in Human Resource Management (PHR) from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). Chief Warrant Officer Case’s awards include a CG Commendation Medal, a CG Achievement Medal, three Commandant Letters of Commendation, a Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) and U.S. Naval Institute Enlisted Superior Performer (ESP) Award, four Meritorious Team Commendations, and numerous other personal and professional awards. Chief Warrant Officer Case is married to Operations Specialist Chief Michael Case, USCGC TAMPA, and they have one son, Logan (9). In her spare time, she volunteers with the Sea Service Leaders Association, Williamsburg Youth Baseball League, and is a Pack 100 Cub Scout Leader.