Robinson School is very proud to announce that one of our alumna will be in charge of analyzing Puerto Rico’s entire state police organization.
In 1984, Colonel Michelle Hernández-Fraley became the first Puerto Rican woman to graduate from the West Point Military Academy. After a 30-year military career, she has recently retired from the United States Army and moved to Puerto Rico, where she has been appointed special assistant to Puerto Rico Police Superintendent James Tuller.
Her final post before retiring was as commander of the Walter Reed Warrior Transition Brigade (WTB) in the National Capital Area. She was described as a “Wonder Woman” in dealing with wounded warriors who returned from the battlefront in order to help them transition back to the force or civilian society. She graduated with honors from Robinson School in 1980, and holds two Masters’ degrees and a PhD in organizational leadership.