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The guest speaker at the Zebulon Pike October Meeting was Colonel Christine F.L. Holliday, currently the Reserve Advisor to the Superintendent, United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), Colorado Springs, Colorado. Her responsibilities include directing daily operations of all USAFA reserve assets and key advisor performing inspection visits, attending conferences, meetings and boards with the Superintendent.
Col Holliday manages a career as a Delta Air Lines pilot with over 2000 flight hours in the MD-90/MD-88 and B-727. She and her husband, Tim, have twin 9-year-olds and reside in Monument, Colorado.
Col Holliday spoke about whether it is possible to have life balance and be a woman in the military. “Balance is not better time management, but better boundary management. Balance means making choices and enjoying those choices.”