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Air Force Biography

Carolyn Hope McMahon

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Carolyn Hope McMahon is the Chief Technology Officer/Chief Enterprise Architect, Air Force Reserve. Ms. McMahon provides leadership to the design and implementation of Communications, Computers, and Enterprise Architecture strategic direction and policy. The Air Force Reserve Command is one of 11 Air Force major commands. With more than 70,000 personnel assigned, it is the second largest. Air Force Reserve Command's 33 wings and six groups operate at 10 Reserve bases and on 56 other bases throughout the Air Force. The command provides support to each of the other Air Force major commands and to combatant commanders across the globe.

Ms. McMahon was born in Dothan, Alabama. She entered federal service in 1985 and has served in various assignments at base level, Major Command, Headquarters Air Force (both Air Staff and Secretariat), Air Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, and United States Transportation Command in the areas of communications & computer systems, acquisition, and resource management.

EDUCATION
1981 Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama
1990 Master’s Degree in Personnel Management, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama
1998 Management Development Seminar, Shepherdstown, WV
2004 Master’s Degree in Strategic Studies, Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Alabama
2005 Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Program Management (PMT) 352A
2005 Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Program Management (PMT) 352B
2008 Air Force Enterprise Leadership Seminar, University of North Carolina

CAREER CHRONOLOGY
1. 1985 – 1991, Programmer Analyst, Standard Systems Center, Gunter AFB, Alabama
2. 1991 – 1993, Computer Scientist, 475th Weapons Evaluations Group, Tyndall AFB, Florida
3. 1993 – 1994, Computer Specialist, Standard Systems Center, Maxwell AFB, Alabama
4. 1994 – 1995, Senior Computer Specialist, Headquarters U. S. Air Force, Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
5. 1995 – 1996, Communications Computer Systems Manager, SAF/AQK, Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
6. 1996 – 1997, Computer Scientist, National Security Agency, Misawa, Japan
7. 1997 – 1998, Y2K Program Manager, Headquarters Air Intelligence Agency, Kelly AFB, Texas
8. 1998 – 1998, Chief, Program Services Branch, Headquarters Air Intelligence Agency, Kelly AFB, Texas
9. 1998 – 2000, Chief, Infrastructure Management Division, Air Force Information Warfare Center, Lackland AFB, Texas
10. 2000 – 2001, Deputy Director, Resource Management, Air Force Information Warfare Center, Lackland AFB, Texas
11. 2001 – 2003, Director, Resource Management, Air Force Information Warfare Center, Lackland AFB, Texas
12. 2003 – 2004, Air War College In-Residence
13. 2004 – 2005, Deputy Director of Operations, Operations & Sustainment Systems Group, Gunter Annex, Alabama
14. 2005 – 2006, Chief, Develop & Field Systems Group, Maxwell AFB, Gunter Annex, Alabama
15. 2006 – 2007, Chief, Enterprise Capabilities Division, C4S Directorate, Scott AFB, Illinois
16. 2007 – 2008, Chief, Operations and Readiness Division, C4S Directorate, Scott AFB, Illinois
17. 2008 – 2009, Chief, Transformation and Readiness Division, C4S Directorate, Scott AFB, Illinois
18. 2009 – 2011, Chief, Distribution Capabilities Support Division, C4S Directorate, Scott AFB, Illinois
19. 2011 - Present; Chief Technology Officer/Chief Enterprise Architect, Air Force Reserve Command, Warner Robins, Georgia

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS
APDP Level III, Program Management
APDP Level II, Information Technology

AWARDS
Notable Achievement Award – United States Transportation Command, 2006
Meritorious Civilian Service – Air Force Information Warfare Center, 2003
Quality Step Increase – Air Force Information Warfare Center, 2001
Meritorious Civilian Service – HQ Air Intelligence Agency, 1999
Notable Achievement Award – 475Th Weapons Evaluation Group, 1992
Notable Achievement Award – Standard Systems Center, 1989