This American Heroine is living proof that hard work pays off
🇺🇸Honoring U.S. Army Veteran Nicole Daisley, CW3 (Retired), our August 2019 Missilette
✨Looking for a Way Out
The eldest of four, Nicole was born in North Tonawanda, New York, to a stay-at-home mom and a father who worked at Kodak. She says that after high school, the prospect of...
In 2012, Kirsten deployed to Afghanistan and credits this experience as the #1 most challenging, influential, and rewarding timeframes of her professional career. This opportunity was a culminating event for her clinical skillset as she addressed the mind, body, and spirit of service members with upper extremity injuries, emotional/physiological concerns, and/or sustained traumatic brain injuries. Kirsten felt like she had the most impact on service members in this setting since her work often began within the first few hours after injury and could last for a few days to a few weeks.
"I believe that sometimes the bad times in our life put us on a direct path to the very best times in our life… you just need to be respective and elicit mental flexibility."
Kirsten Holley, on maintaining an outlook of survival