Colonel Joy M. Kaczor serves as the Vice Commander of the White House Communications Agency responsible for providing global information services to the President, Vice-President, Executive Office of the President, and United States Secret Service, ensuring the ability of the White House communicate anywhere, anytime, and by any means to anyone.
She was previously the Current Operations (J33) Division Chief for U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) where she led, directed, and managed the Joint Operations Center of 150+ Joint service members, DoD civilians and contractors in synchronizing global cyberspace operations of USCYBERCOM’s Cyber Mission Force and the operations and defense of the DoD Information Network. She completed Senior Developmental Education at the National Defense University Eisenhower School where her paper on creating a cybersecurity culture earned the National Defense University President’s Strategic Vision Research and Writing Award.
Colonel Kaczor was the Deputy Commander of the 67th Cyberspace Operations Group, the Air Force’s only group tasked to execute worldwide offensive cyberspace operations. The Group readies and employs over 250 Airmen in 5 geographic locations worldwide to conduct network attack and exploitation. Prior to that, she commanded the 33d Network Warfare Squadron responsible for defending 1 million Air Force unclassified and classified systems valued at $10B, supporting over 900K users.
Her staff assignments include time as an action officer and executive officer to the SAF/CIO A6, and computer network operations and information operations planner for Special Operations Command, Pacific.