I'm the MCAS girl - I get called the MCAS girl. It's just couched the way I think in completely different terms. Everything is just set into this certain other framework. I can connect any conversation to MCAS... I think that it's just about connecting it to your everyday life. I ate, slept and breathed MCAS for a good year, year and a half...
But I think it's also affected the way that I think about how things get done and how to concretely get things done, who you can get to listen to you, and what you can do about that. Really hands-on experience in the logistics of trying to organize something like that. And not just the logistics of who, what, where, when, why, how, but just how you approach people and the whole strategy of how you attack an issue.
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