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Episode 58: The Chronicles of Kaleth Wright

Episode 58: The Chronicles of Kaleth Wright

The Shadows Podcast: The Chronicles of Kaleth Wright is now available!

Kaleth is a retired senior noncommissioned officer in the United States Air Force who served as the 18th Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. He’s currently the Chief Executive Officer for the Air Force Aid Society.

Kaleth opens up about his upbringing and the impact his mother made on his career. Why did he decide to join the Air Force? What were some of the struggles he faced as a young Airmen? Who was that mentor that saved his career and his life?

Kaleth also discusses his time as the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. When was he notified of the selection? How social media impacted his tenure. What is his thought on “Enlisted Jesus”? What was his relationship like with retired United States Air Force four-star General and the 21st Chief of staff of the Air Force, General Goldfein? What made him take to social media to address his view on racial injustice? He discusses his perspective on why leaders need to stop punishing based on levels of remorse. He also talks about how we shouldn’t be satisfied with minorities and females in leadership positions. How did he balance his personal and professional life throughout his career?

He also discusses all the fantastic things they’re doing with the Air Force Aid Society. AFAS is a non-profit, charitable organization that is the official charity of the United States Air Force. Support them at

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