In continuing recognition of Women’s History Month, the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office in California is recognizing its “history making” Deputy District Attorney Caryn Warren, a Warren native.
Warren served as a navigator in the Air Force Reserve and logged more than 100 combat missions in C-130 aircraft during operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.
She is a Warren G. Harding High School graduate and a daughter of Anthony Consoldane and Karen Consoldane Peters.
With 27 years of military service, she continues to serve and was the first female staff judge advocate to make the rank of colonel in the California Air National Guard.
As the senior legal advisor to the California Air National Guard’s four general officers, she oversees a dozen JAGs supporting 5,000 Guardsmen at five Wings and 10 locations throughout the state.
Warren is a highly decorated combat veteran and legal expert who was also recognized with a Department of Defense Prevention Innovation award for being part of the team that changed how the California Air National Guard approached sexual assault cases.
She joined the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office in 2019.