About Dr MacAulay


Dr MacAulay is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force and works as the Director of Human Performance and Leadership for the 58th Special Operations Wing, running a pilot program to create high-performing, mindful, and mission-focused warfighters and families. Additionally, she is a professionalism instructor for the Air Force Profession of Arms Center of Excellence (PACE). She previously commanded the 400-member joint 305th Operations Support Squadron. Under her command, the 305th OSS was awarded Airfield Operations Complex of the Year for 2015 & 2016, as well as the Air Mobility Command Operations Support Squadron of the Year for 2016. She graduated from the US Air Force Academy, has a Masters degree in Kinesiology from Penn State and a PhD in the field of strategic health and human performance. Dr MacAulay is a wellness educator, yoga instructor, mindfulness researcher, and holds a certificate in plant based nutrition. She specializes in improving the performance of the members of high-stress organizations through a focus on nutrition, physical and mental fitness, human connection, and values discovery. Her methods are grounded in self-love and teamwork, using a relationship-based leadership approach to create mindful leaders who thrive in their workspace and lifespace. She is also the founder and President of the 501c3 non-profit organization, Healthy Body Healthy Life, which builds wellness-oriented communities by employing military spouses to provide holistic wellness outreach, partnership, and resources to military families. She is a combat veteran with over 3000 flying hours in the C-21, C-130, and KC-10 aircraft. She is a military spouse and is the mother of two active and veggie-loving kiddos.


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