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Jeanne Marjorie Holm, American Author, consultant, government official, former air force officer.


Holm, Jeanne Marjorie was born on June 23, 1921 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Daughter of John E. and Marjorie (Hammond) Holm.


Bachelor, Lewis and Clark College, 1956.


Commissioned Second lieutenant, United States Army, 1943;transferred to, United States Air Force, 1948;advanced through grades to major general, United States Air Force, 1973;chief manpower and management, Headquarters Allied Air Forces Southern Europe, Naples, Italy, 1957-1961;congressional liaison officer, directorate manpower and organization Headquarters, United States Air Force, Washington, 1961-1965;director, Women in the Air Force, 1965-1973;director, Secretary Air Force Personnel Council, Washington, 1973-1975;retired, 1975;consultant, Defense Manpower Commission, Washington, 1975;consultant, undersecretary air force, Washington, 1979-1981. Special assistant to President, 1976-1977. Advisor United Services Life Insurance Company, Washington.

Lecturer on manpower and women in military, Presideo Press, Novato, California.



Chair advisory committee women veterans VA, Washington, 1986-1988. Advisory committee United States Coast Guard Academy, 1983-1989. Director United States committee for United Nations Fund for Women.

Trustee Air Force Aid Society, 1988-1996, Air Force History Foundation. Member national advisory committee Women in Military Service Memorial Foundation. Member honorary council Vietnam Women's Memorial Project.

Member of Executive Women in Government (founder, 1st chair), Retired Officers Association, Air Force Association (Lifetime Achievement award 2003).


John E. Holm

Marjorie (Hammond) Holm