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March brings many things to celebrate, like weather getting warmer, spring break for students, and National Women’s History Month.

Team Redstone will observe this monthlong celebration with a video of Lisa Jox, the assistant commander for corporate operations, Naval Supply Systems Command. She is a Senior Executive Service member at the Department of the Navy, in New Cumberland, Pennsylvania.

The Security Assistance Command is the host of the 2022 Women’s History Month observance. One of the USASAC satellite offices is located in Pennsylvania, near the Naval Supply Systems Command. Working in collaboration with the Navy, USASAC is pleased to showcase Jox and her many accomplishments in her over 30-year career.

Jox is a leader in the Naval enterprise human capital management field. She has managed the worldwide HR operations, leading a staff of over 1,000. Other functions within the Navy included delivering Department of Navy civilian HR policies, to include implementation strategies and assessment of those policies.

Early in her career she worked at the U.S. Naval Academy in civilian HR. While at the USNA, Jox served as a key team member on special assignment assisting the standup of U.S. Africa Command in Stuttgart, Germany in 2007.

This video will be made available for all of Team Redstone on March 15. Contact your Public Affairs Office for more information, or go to Security Assistance Command Facebook on March 15.

National Women’s History Month is an honorary observance of March in the U.S., as designated in 1987 by Congress, in recognition of women’s many accomplishments.