Roxane Maliszewski Honored as a Woman of the Month for January 2023 by P.O.W.E.R.- Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized

Roxane Maliszewski Honored as a Woman of the Month for January 2023 by P.O.W.E.R.- Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized
Louisville, KY, March 03, 2023 --( Roxane Maliszewski of Louisville, Kentucky has been named a Woman of the Month for January 2023 by P.O.W.E.R. (Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized) for her outstanding contributions and great success in the fields of music and mechanical engineering.

About Roxane Maliszewski
Roxane Maliszewski is a woman of many skills and talents. She is a retired tool and die/model maker, celebrated guitar player, businesswoman, and environmentalist. Roxane started learning classical guitar at an early age and her performances consistently brought home the highest awards in competitions. Eventually, she was told she should be teaching, not competing. In high school, she was asked to help teach music theory at a local college. At the same time, her teaching skills and academic prowess lead her chemistry teacher to work with the school to adjust her schedule so she could teach chemistry while the teacher was away. Roxane opened for Richie Havens on several occasions when he performed in Louisville, Kentucky. While in Cincinnati, she performed for over a decade at a recognized French restaurant, often singing in French or one of four other languages besides English. When Cincinnati celebrated its sister city Nancy, France in 1991, Roxane performed on TV for the second time, internationally.

Roxane’s singing gigs were usually a second job. She wanted to work with her hands and became a skilled tool and die/model maker. She aced the mathematical and mechanical aptitude test for the tool and die apprenticeship program at GE, which was the highest score in their history. Roxane worked as a tool and die maker for over 35 years, building models or prototypes from pictures and engineering drawings. One of her more interesting jobs was building models/prototypes from movie stills for some of the first toys that came out after the first “Star Wars” movie. Roxane worked with many companies including GE, NuTone, Phillip-Morris, Kenner, GM, Ford, Ilsco-Bardes, Porter Precision, Parkway Products, and Senco. She has helped them to understand and meet ISO9000 requirements and improve processes.

Since retiring from tool and die, she continues to sing, teach, and has started an online business called The site sells women’s motorcycle gear, headwear, camping gear, knee braces and guards, clothing, and accessories. Soon to add manuals and tools so women can do their own repairs and upgrades. It is the motorcycle shop for every rider. They guarantee full satisfaction of any customer that would visit their online shop offering excellent customer service. Considering men’s huge experience in the industry of motorcycle mechanics and motorcycle racing, Roxane states that it is hard to beat them in this field.

Roxane is deeply concerned about the environment and lives her life accordingly. She rides a motorcycle or flies a plane rather than driving a car to cut down on gas consumption and emissions. She has chosen not to add people to the planet.

In her spare time, Roxane enjoys writing and playing music, singing, riding motorcycles, her ferrets, flying airplanes, exploring caves, and machining, welding, and motor repair. She loves working with her hands. She is engaged to her high school sweetheart who, after decades and marriages, she reconnected with on Facebook.

“My future goals are to finish writing my book and to continue to grow my online business,” said Maliszewski.

Born November 19, 1954, Roxane obtained an A.S. in Electronics from Brown Mackie College and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati OMI. She was honored with many music awards from the National American Guild of Music from 1964 to 1970. Roxane also earned high school and college letters in gymnastics. She is the past president of the Cincinnati Ferret Club, serves on the Atherton High School Hall of Fame Committee, and with Big Brother/Sisters.

In addition to her current award of Woman of the Month for January 2023, Roxane also holds previous honors from P.O.W.E.R. including Woman of Empowerment, a Lifetime Achievement award, and Woman of the Month for November 2022 and August 2021.

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