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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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32 The 29th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference M A R C H 2 2 - 2 4 , 2 0 1 8 Friday Education Sessions • March 23 Sponsored by Jeppesen 3-4 p.m. Airline Pilot Panel Convention C4 Capt. Becky Howell, N.D., R.Ph., reƟred; F.O. Danielle Spiewak, F.O. Elyse Swedberg, F.O. Kara Hatzai, Capt. Nicole MoƩ Explore the training, flight experiences, and job-relat- ed challenges of airline pilots. Military to Civilian TransiƟon in Maintenance Convention C1 Moderator: Gail Rouscher Presented by: AWAM Panel Members Learn how to make the transiƟon from a military maintenance career to a civilian career. Gain ideas on how to set yourself up for a smoother transiƟon be- fore you leave the military. What Do You Really Want to Ask ATC? Convention C2 Panelists: ChrisƟna Calvert, Dawn Cawrse, ChrisƟne Johnson, Paƫ Wilson Learn about ARTCC, TRACON, and tower operaƟons. No topics are off the table, meet who is behind the mic, and bring your quesƟons. Six WAFS Up Close and Personal Convention C3 Sarah Byrn Rickman Author Sarah Byrn Rickman tells the story of the Origi- nal WAFS in film using 1942 archival newsreel footage, plus her own film that was shot during interviews with six Originals in 1999. Digital transformaƟon in AviaƟon. What will you invent? Who will you inspire? Convention D1 Danielle Heyniger, Jessica Kolta, Kelly McCauley Digital transformaƟon in aviaƟon aŌermarket services is creaƟng career opportuniƟes related to soŌware, gaming, design, and augmented/virtual reality; allow- ing room for innovaƟon and invenƟon. What role will you play? Onboard Cabin ConnecƟvity Convention D2 Holly Linaugh Satellite and air-to-ground communicaƟons play a vi- tal role in connecƟvity. Onboard cabin connecƟvity outlines the fundamental knowledge and basic con- cepts of cabin connecƟvity for aviaƟon crewmembers. Are You Ready for the ADS-B mandate? Convention D3 Mike Collins In January 2020 the FAA will require ADS-B Out to fly where a transponder is required today. What does this mean to you? Learn what you need to know. Timing the Reno Air Races Convention D4 Lara Gaerte Learn how aircraŌ are Ɵmed at the NaƟonal Champi- onship Air Races in Reno, Nevada. There are two Ɵm- ing methods, and aircraŌ are Ɵmed to fracƟons of a second as they pass Home Pylon. Professionalism in Flight Training: A CFI's Vision of Flight Training Management Convention D5 Amy Labus-Olson What does professionalism in the flight training en- vironment mean for you as a student, CFI, or school? For me, an educator, CFII, and entrepreneur, it in- volves effecƟve flight training management. From Plane to PublicaƟon Convention D6 Andrea Coppick, Karlene PeƟƩ Everyone has a story. Learn how to make yours fly! Two airline pilots provide insight to ploƫng, wriƟng, ediƟng, and publicaƟon. A brainstorming, networking session to go from plane to publicaƟon. Emergency! Geƫng It Right When Things Go Wrong Convention D7 Richard McSpadden We spend Ɵme training for them, but real-world emergencies are rare enough that it's easy to get complacent. They don't always happen to other pi- lots, though, so preparaƟon can make a big difference when things don't go as planned. MARCH 22-24 2018 Reno WAI 2018 Friday, March 23 1:45-2:45 p.m. Women in Combat C4 Prepping for ARC C1 Personal Wingman C2 Dialects of AviaƟon C3 Working Remotely D1 Drug & Alcohol TesƟng D2 Thriving With Millennials D3 Thunderstorm Hazards D4 Spaceports D5 DissecƟng the Big Jets D6 Yoga in the Cockpit D7 Friday, March 23 3-4 p.m. Airline Pilot Panel C4 Military to Civilian C1 Ask ATC? C2 Six WAFS C3 Digital TransformaƟon D1 Onboard ConnecƟvity D2 ADS-B Mandate D3 Reno Air Races D4 Training Management D5 Plane to PublicaƟon D6 Emergency! D7 Friday, March 23 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. WASP Panel C4 Tools in the Toolbox C1 Airline Pilot Families C2 FBO Management C3 Understanding Unmanned D1 Legal Issues D2 Boeing 787-10 D3 AviaƟon Weather Center D4 AircraŌ Dispatcher D5 FBO OperaƟons D6

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