Nancy Bullock-Prevot was born in Eustis, Florida.  Prevot retired from the United States Navy after 21 years of services as Crytologic Technician Collection (CTRC) Chief Petty Officer.  Her tours of duties include National Security Agency (NSA), Ft. George G. Meade, MD and Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA) Yokosuka, Japan, were she was a SIGINT Analysis.  She deployed over 240 days onboard the USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) in 2004; in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Global War on Terrorism.  In the following year she deployed 210 days onboard the USS NORMANDY (CG-60), in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.  In 2007 Prevot transferred to the USS McFAUL (DDG-74), Norfolk, VA.  There she took part in the Operation Assured Delivery in 2008; her mission provided humanitarian assistance to the people of Batumi, Georgia during the Ossetia War. Her last command was the USS SOMERSET (LPD-25), named after flight 93, which was the last of the 9/11 ships. As a plank owner and the first Chief CTRC onboard the USS SOMERSET (LPD-25), she assisted in the building of the Operations Department and OT Division.  As the first Chief for the OT Division she served as principle advisor to USS SOMERSET’s Commanding Officer and the Operations Officer on their security programs and cryptologic matters. Prevot’s military awards and decorations include Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal (14th award), Navy Unit Commendation, Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy Battle “E”, Navy Good Conduct Medal(5th award), National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Star Device, Iraq Campaign Medal with Bronze Star Device, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Navy Sea Service(7th award), Navy & Marine Corp Oversea Service Ribbon (3rd award), Surface and Information warfare. As a retired United States Navy veteran, Prevot wanted to continue serving her country. As a female veteran, she believes that women veterans are the ones who are often forgotten. She decided to make it her mission to remind the community that women are veterans too.  And they to like their male counterparts and fall down on their luck and need help. In August of 2016, Prevot founded The H.E.R. (Honor, Empower, and Rebuild) Foundation, which she formed to help homeless female veterans. HER is ready to help homeless female veterans by providing affordable housing and other services that may lead them to establishing successful futures. She is a member of the Pace Assembly of God (Pace, FL), a board member of Pensacola Veterans Memorial Park, advocated for children in the state of Florida Guardian ad Litem (GAL) foster care system, Pensacola Bay Area IMPACT 100, and Woman’s Club of Pensacola.  The Goldstar wife of Chief Warrant Officer Four USN Patrick A. Prevot who preceded her in death, and mother of two beautiful daughters Kourtney and Kaylie Prevot.