Jocelyn Mitnaul Mallette, a retired U.S. Air Force captain, was one of four veterans to host Gov.
Roy Cooper's 2018 North Carolina Veterans Day Open House and Proclamation
Signing on Nov. 11.
Military veterans and their families were invited to the governor's
residence for the reception to commemorate sacrifices military veterans
have made for North Carolina and the country. During the reception, the
governor signed a proclamation declaring Nov. 11, 2018, Veterans Day in
A graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, Jocelyn served on active duty in
the Air Force for 10 years. She was a diversity recruiter in the USAFA
Admissions Office and an intelligence officer. After law school, she served
as a prosecutor and general practice attorney in the Judge Advocate
General's (JAG) Corps. As a JAG, she also served as a special assistant
U.S. attorney in the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Before joining McGuireWoods in the firm's Products, Environmental &
Mass Tort Litigation Department, Jocelyn clerked for Judge Barbara A.
Jackson of the North Carolina Supreme Court.