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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38 The 29th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference M A R C H 2 2 - 2 4 , 2 0 1 8 Saturday Education Sessions • March 24 MARCH 22-24 2018 Reno WAI 2018 Sponsored by NaƟonal Business AviaƟon AssociaƟon 3-4 p.m. Learning to Lead Convention C4 F.O. ChrisƟ Dobelli, Capt. Kathi Durst, Capt. Gloria Hatcher, Capt. Deborah Hecker, Capt. Bebe O'Neil, Capt. Dolores PavleƟc Confidence, strength, and forƟtude is a strong admi- raƟon of a great leader. Join our panel discussion to learn about 360-degree management, leaning in, and discovering the great leader within you! What's It Like to Be a Mechanic Convention C1 Moderator: Angel Green AWAM Panel: Stacey Rudser, Stephanie Morris Whether working for the airlines, in corporate avia- Ɵon, in the manufacturing world or an MRO, general aviaƟon, or helicopters, come speak with a panel of AWAM members about any of these aspects and have a chance to ask your quesƟons. Flying From Military to Commercial AviaƟon Convention C2 Panel: Capt. Mary Ana Gilbert, Col. Julie Tizard, Capt. Margie Varuska, Capt. Lucy Young For military pilots who want to fly for the airlines, we will cover geƫng hired, training, airline life, and con- Ɵnuing military service in the Guard and Reserve. Success Takes Flight— Leveraging Experiences in AviaƟon and OperaƟons to Inspire Winning Teams Convention C3 Sarah Rhoads Whether landing F/A-18s on aircraŌ carriers or deliv- ering promises to customers, applying leadership les- sons from both passions yields a culture of excellence and drive to reach a team's highest potenƟal. Defrag Your Brain—A HolisƟc & Healthy Approach to Life and Work Convention D1 Sherry Kytonen Trying to do too much increases our stress levels and decreases quality and producƟvity in our lives and our careers. Learn to defrag your brain by applying proven anƟdotes designed to improve your ability to be more balanced and effecƟve using relaxaƟon, Ɵme manage- ment, and brain-enhancing techniques. Alaska—Flying the Last FronƟer Convention D4 KaƟe Writer KaƟe Writer has piloted floatplanes in Alaska over 13 years. Her passion for wilderness is expressed through her wriƟng and aerial photography. KaƟe will share her photos and discuss the uniqueness of float flying in Alaska. An AviaƟon Marriage Convention D5 JaneƩe McMurtrie, Ph.D. Learn the effects and acquire tools to strengthen your aviaƟon marriage. Gain insight to the uniqueness of a flight career. The session is for pilots, future aviators, and spouses, providing insight into pilot personality, aviaƟon stressors, and the influence they have on a marriage. Just a Private Pilot Convention D6 Diane Ballweg It's a cerƟficate to fly, but so much more! How did it change you? What opportuniƟes would never exist without it? Hear the stories, experiences, advice, ad- ventures, and inspiraƟon from 331 different airports and six conƟnents. Saturday, March 24 1:45-2:45 p.m. Dream Job C4 Corporate AviaƟon C1 Flying While Pregnant C2 Impostor Phenomenon C3 Soviet Night Witches D1 PerspecƟve vs PercepƟon D3 Air Force Wings D4 Checkride-iƟs D5 Clouds Tell a Story D6 Saturday, March 24 3-4 p.m. Learning to Lead C4 Be a Mechanic C1 Military to Commercial C2 Inspire Winning Teams C3 Defrag Your Brain D1 Alaska Flying D4 AviaƟon Marriage D5 Just a Private Pilot D6

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