Nicole Malachowski: Breaking Through the Noise
With Nicole M. E. Malachowski
Colonel Nicole M. E. Malachowski is a retired fighter pilot in the United States Air Force. She was among the first group of women allowed to fly a modern fighter plane and was recognized for her accomplishments in the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 2019. With over 21 years of experience in the United States Air Force including 188 hours in combat and more than 2,300 logged flight hours, she built an incredibly successful military career as a leader, an officer, and a fighter pilot.
But in her life, she’s built two careers — one in the United States Air Force, and one in advocacy and government service after a tick bite forced her into medical retirement.
Today, she’s the Commissioner of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships, a board member of the LivLyme foundation, and a fierce advocate for individuals with Tick Borne illnesses.
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