Two-time 'Survivor' winner appears at Fort Bragg
Two-time "Survivor" winner Sandra Diaz-Twine was at Fort Bragg on Thursday to host a special ceremony for the 10th anniversary of the South Post Commissary.Posted — Updated
Diaz-Twine, 35, of Fayetteville, won her first $1 million in the seventh season of "Survivor: Pearl Islands" and recently outplayed, outwitted and outlasted an all-star group on "Survivor: Heroes and Villains" to win her second million.
She said her favorite thing about the game is what happens after the show – meeting people and working with charities.
“For strangers to know me and write to me, it's crazy," Diaz-Twine said. "I never thought I’d be in the limelight.”
Before "Survivor," Diaz-was a senior office associate with the U.S. Army and U.S. Air force Exchange Service and was also a chemical repair specialist with the Army.
Her husband is a Fort Bragg Soldier.
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