Meet Your ... Violence Prevention Integrator

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What’s your name? 
Rebecca Nordin


Where do you work / What’s your job title? 
Airmen and Family Readiness Center / Violence Prevention Integrator (VPI)


 How long have you been at F.E. Warren? What other jobs have you had here, if any?   
I have been at F.E. Warren AFB, in the VPI position, since February 2019.


So what do you do around here? 
 am responsible for interpersonal and self-directed violence prevention for the 90 MW. 


How long have you been here? 
Since February 2019.


What do you feel you contribute to the mission?
If people are unable to fully focus on their job due to personal and/or interpersonal life’s stressors, the mission can be adversely impacted.  Prevention focuses on ensuring, through multiple platforms, all “A”irmen are provided opportunities to gain the knowledge, develop coping skills, and gain tools to better equip them when challenged with life events, and to identify when someone else might be struggling. 


Where are you from? 
I was born and raised in Arvada and Golden, Colorado. 


Were you active duty? 
Yes, in the Air Force for 22 years.


If so, what did you do in the military? 
I was an Intelligence Analyst. 


What’s your alma mater, if you care to share? 
I completed undergraduate studies in Strategic Intelligence at the Joint Military Intelligence College (Now named, National Intelligence University), and  MAs in Clinical and School Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado.


Do you have any hobbies? If so, what are they?   
I am finding my hobbies again now that my daughter is an adult.  The last couple decades have been spent at the ice rink centered around figure skating and competitions.  Oh, and Disney if Disney can be a hobby. 


 What are your favorite sports team(s), if any? 
My parents bought their season tickets to the Broncos in 1968, so I grew up, remain, and will forever be a Broncos’ fan. 


 What’s your favorite quote or saying? 
“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.”  -- Henry David Thoreau