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Women & Wealth

Feb 9, 2021

Col. Jeanette McMahon (Ret.)—a former Chinook helicopter pilot with decades of military experience—was responsible for launching the first sexual assault prevention program at West Point (her alma mater). She is also a teacher, mother, and widow. In addition to sharing her professional accomplishments, she discusses her transition to widowhood—the hardest transition that anyone can make.

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