Aviation for Women

MAY-JUN 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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A ir Force Ac ademy t he f irst year women were admitted. G r o w F L h o n o r e d A s h l e y Schappert , WAI 59633, and her husband Jason Schappert of MzeroA.com as one of the Flor- ida Companies to Watch awards program. Jason's advice for as- piring entrepreneurs is, "The greatest thing you can do is love on every customer." P A S S A G E S Mary Rosenblum , WAI 64602, renowned pilot a nd aut hor, who gave much to her commu- nity and the state of Oregon, sadly passed away at age 66 af- ter her airplane crashed near Battle Ground, Wa shington, on March 11. Kay Gott Chaffey , WAI 1312 and WASP, passed away on Au- gust 21, 2017. M ar y M aho ney , WA I 79 8 and a 35-year member of the Aviation International News team, passed away on Febru- ar y 14, 2018, at a ge 74. She had retired from A IN in late 2014 as production director for Business Jet Traveler and AIN, and traveled around the world to produce the company's air show and convention dailies. She is fondly remembered by many in the aviation industry. Kevin McNeight , WAI 50727, and a longtime conference vol- unteer, passed away on March 10, 2018. ✈ Welcome New Corporate Members ATP/CaseBank Technologies AVIAA AtlanƟc Cape Community College AviaƟon RelocaƟon InternaƟonal C.T. SoluƟons LLC Crew AviaƟon LLC HAECO Americas InterJet West Morson InternaƟonal Sierra West Airlines 2Fly Airborne Mary Rosenblum Disrupting Diana Siegel the Future of Aerospace MIT Grad, Program Manager eVTOL Disruption is a big part of Diana's job at Aurora. As program manager in charge of developing the electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft that will revolutionize air mobility, she is proud to know her work will impact lives and change the way we commute in the future. www.aurora.aero

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