Aviation for Women

Women in Aviation Conference 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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42 The 29th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference M A R C H 2 2 - 2 4 , 2 0 1 8 MARCH 22-24 2018 Reno WAI 2018 Keynote Speakers Dr. Janet Lapp Dr. Janet Lapp is a 3,500-hour CFI, FA ASTeam rep, and clinical neuropsychologist with a doc- torate from McGill University Montreal. After a career as a researcher and university professor, she authored five books, created Emmy-nomi- nated CBS health series Keep Well and was in- ducted into the Speakers Hall of Fame. She has developed FA A programs for pilots, flight instructors, and AMEs on "Habits of Suc- cessful Aging (Not That You Are) Aviators." A Bo- nanza owner for over 30 years, her personal and mission flying has been through Canada, Mexico, Central America, Columbia, Ecuador, and Afri- ca. She is an active board member and pilot for the Flying Doctors of Mercy (Liga Internation- al) where each month she and the Liga medical teams treat the underserved of Sinaloa, Mexico. Marily Mora As president and CEO of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA) since 2013, Marily is responsi- ble for leading and directing the Reno-Tahoe In- ternational Airport (RNO), and the Reno-Stead Airport (RTS), with an operating budget of $46 million. She brings 29 years of airport manage- ment experience to the job from three interna- tional airports including San Jose, Oakland, and Reno-Tahoe International, where she served as chief operating officer for 12 years before mov- ing to Oakland in 2011 as the assistant director of aviation. Marily also was a deputy director of aviation for Mineta San Jose International Air- port. Her multi-modal experience includes her position as director of the marketing and cus- tomer service division of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. Lynne Hopper As vice president of engineering, modifications, and maintenance for Boeing Global Services, Lynne is responsible for fleet engineering ser- vices, modifications to aircraft, logistics prod- ucts and support, aircraft on ground services, and forward base deployment. Lynne works with operators around the world, as well as MRO fa- cilities in San Antonio, Texas; Cecil Field, Flori- da; and Shanghai, China. Previously, she served as vice president of material services for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, where she was respon- sible for comprehensive aircraft spare part sales, services, and distribution network, serving cus- tomers worldwide. Carey Lohrenz As the first female F-14 Tomcat Fighter pilot in the U.S. Navy, Carey is a pioneer in military avia- tion. Having flown missions worldwide as a com- bat, mission-ready U.S. Navy pilot, Carey is used to working in fast-moving, dynamic environ- ments where inconsistent execution can gener- ate catastrophic results. The author of Fearless Leadership: High Performance Lessons From the Flight Deck, Carey is both motivational and inspirational. Friday General Session Sponsored by The Boeing Company Brian Bolt Peggy Chabrian Nicole StoƩ Carey Lohrenz Marily Mora Lynne Hopper Scholarship PresentaƟons

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