Aviation for Women

MAR-APR 2018

Aviation for Women is the flagship member publication of Women in Aviation International. Articles feature women who have made aviation history, professional development ideas, and current-topic articles.

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M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 1 8 AviationforWomen 1 A V I A T I O N F O R W O M E N M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 1 8 Peggy Chabrian, Ed.D. Publisher Kelly Murphy Editor-in-Chief Nancy Bink Art Director Meghan Plummer Proofreader Columnists Meg Godlewski Patricia Luebke Devan Norris Contributors Linda Berlin Vanessa de Velasco Calvo-Flores Ksenia Weisz Aviation for Women, (ISSN 1525-7762), Volume 21, Number 2, is published bimonthly by Women in Aviation International, 3647 S.R. 503 South, West Alexandria, OH 45381; Tel. 937-839-4647; Fax 937-839-4645. Reproduction by any means in whole or in part of any copy, photograph, or illustration without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. Periodicals postage paid at West Alexandria, OH, and additional mailing office. Postmaster: Send address changes to Women in Aviation International, 3647 S.R. 503 South, West Alexandria, OH 45381. Canadian Publications Agreement No. 400- 42-433; Canadian return address: Station A, PO Box 54, Windsor, ON, N9A 6JS; E-mail: cpcreturns@wdsmail.com Membership dues include Aviation for Women subscription valued at $34/year. Non-member subscription rates: Domestic–$34/year; Outside the U.S.–$44/year Single copies–$6.00 PRINTED IN U.S.A. Columns 70 INTERNATIONAL FOCUS: AVIADORAS TAKES OFF IN SPAIN The year-old Aviadoras project aims to increase the small number of female pilots flying in Spain. by Vanessa de Velasco Calvo-Flores 72 TIPS FROM A CFI How to gauge if your client is ready for a critical checkride by Meg Godlewski 74 IN THE PUSH Six steps to help you create a culture of personal and professional integrity by Devan Norris 76 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT A candid view of #MeToo and how to set boundaries by Patricia Luebke Departments 2 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 4 WAI NEWS 7 EDITOR'S LET TER 8 WAI CHAPTERS 11 WAI MEMBERS IN THE NEWS 78 THE WAY WE WERE: 20 YEARS OF AVIATI O N FO R WO M EN MAGAZINE 79 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 80 A FATHER-DAUGHTER REL ATIONSHIP The importance of sharing your passion of flying with someone you love by Linda Berlin On the Cover Janine Shepherd aptly Ɵtled her memoir Defiant, as she chronicles her life as an elite ski racer cut short by a tragic accident. Her recov- ery relied on her flight train- ing and determinaƟon. Cover photo by David Treinis AviaƟon for Women® is the official publicaƟon of Women in AviaƟon InternaƟonal. Women in AviaƟon InternaƟonal® is a registered trademark of Women in AviaƟon InternaƟonal. C o n t e n t s 12 BE A MENTOR, FIND A MENTEE Did you ever wonder if you needed a mentor? Learn firsthand from the experiences of a few WAI mentor/mentee pairs. by Patricia Luebke 18 FLYING FREE: JANINE SHEPHERD This determined Australian wife and mom shares how flying chose her after a near- fatal accident. by Kelly Murphy 68 SARAH RHOADS ON LEADERSHIP Making the transition from a military to civilian career compiled by Ksenia Weisz 23-66 WAI2018 CONFERENCE PROGRAM Start planning your Reno adventure with this special conference program that details the schedule, keynote speakers, exhibitors, edu- cation sessions, profession- al development seminars, training workshops, plus bios of our Pioneer Hall of Fame inductees, and a map of the convention center. Features w w w . W A I . o r g MARCH 22-24 2018 Reno WAI2018 COURTESY OF JANINE SHEPHERD COURTESY OF SARAH RHOADS JAIME TEMAIRIK

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