Col. Nicole Malachowski (USAF, Ret.) Shares How She Harnesses Headwinds

November 2, 2018

Col. Nicole Malachowski (USAF, Ret.) captivated the crowd at MSCA18 in Huntington Beach, CA, with her personal stories of how she harnessed the headwinds of change and overcame some incredible obstacles in her own life as she pursued her dream of being a Thunderbird pilot. Hitting home the importance of resurgence over resilience and not being afraid to dream big and do what it takes to make those dreams come true.


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Had the opportunity to speak to 100 high school educators from NW GA connected to @georgiadeptofed and @WBLPaulding Helped reshape their view of #Construction Learning a skilled trade can set their students up for success. Excited to do more with this group in the future

"You don't hire for skills, you hire for attitude. You can always teach skills."

RIP Herb Kelleher @SouthwestAir, who was shining proof that you don't have to check your heart or your sense of humor at the office door.


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