Covington Who's Who Selects Nina V. Allen as an Honored Member of the Executive and Professional Registry

Top Quote The selection recognizes Nina V. Allen's commitment to excellence in Government and Military Defense. End Quote
  • Denver, CO (1888PressRelease) October 03, 2012 - Nina V. Allen, Master Sergeant in the United States Air Force, has been selected as an Honored Member of the Covington Who's Who Executive and Professional Registry. The selection recognizes Nina V. Allen's commitment to excellence in Government and Military Defense.

    Allen, who holds three associates degrees, all from the Community College of Air Force, a BS in Healthcare Administration from TUI University, and a Master's Degree in Management and Organizational Behavior from Benedictine University, has her occupational instructor certification, professional manager certification, is a certified four-lens instructor, professional military education instructor, basic instructor, and is a nationally registered emergency management technician who entered the Air Force in 1996.

    Starting out as a medical technician with the US Air Force, Allen then became an Air Education and Training Command technical training instructor, Professional Military Education Instructor, and Academy Military Training (AMT) Non-Commissioned Officer before serving in her current role as Headquarters United States Air Force Academy Superintendent/Manager of Directives, Policies, and Integration. In this role, she is responsible for integrating strategic policies and the vision for the Officer Development System to 3,400 assigned Active Duty/AF Reserve/ Civilian personnel across all Mission Partners with direct impact on cadets. She is also involved in projects that have impact on the Cadet Wing.

    She provides vital input on all plans and programs, initiatives, directives, and policies affecting cadets and non-commissioned officers across the United States Air Force Academy. Allen also coordinates and revises numerous policies, directives, and instructors and input on other documents that impact the cadets.

    "My God, mother, and children have inspired me to be where I am today and where I want to be and become in the future," Allen said about her successful career.

    Crediting numerous factors to her success, including her interpersonal skills, commitment, effective communication, and transformational leadership skills, Allen plans to retire from the military in four years, consult for an executive level organization in consulting or coaching areas to include, but not limited to: process improvement, leadership, and management, team development, organizational development practitioner, organizational behavior, and/or education and training. She may also consider teaching for the military or at a local university. Allen also plans to complete her leadership coaching certification and six-sigma certification.

    Allen served as president of the Scott AFB Rising 6 for two years, was master of ceremony for the Annual Award Ceremony for the Community College Air Force, authored the first ever AMT uniform identifier, and earned numerous accolades through the military, including a Meritorious Service Medal, an Air Force Commendation Medal, an Air Force Achievement Medal, an Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, a Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and an Air Force Good Conduct Medal.

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