Lt. Gen. Michelle D. Johnson, Superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy, recently received the 2014 American Legion Auxiliary Woman of the Year Award during the ALA National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. Johnson is the 30th recipient of the award, and she was chosen for her positive impact on the lives of service members and their families.
The ALA's National President, Nancy Brown-Park, said of the award: "General Johnson's work throughout her military career aligns perfectly with the mission and programs of the American Legion Auxiliary. She exemplifies the best of America's military and it is an honor to recognize her as the American Legion Auxiliary 2014 Woman of the Year."
Read more about the award on the U.S. Air Force Academy website.
To read Michelle Johnson's profile interview with the Rhodes Project, click here.