As my new title of Mrs. Alaska United America continues to take shape, I’m proud to announce some very exciting things happening with my platform – a project to encourage and educate women of all ages to be involved in aviation. Educating the next generation of women to keep the aviation community strong, not only for general aviation but in our country’s military as well. The aviation career field is so diverse with pilots, air traffic controllers, maintainers, to safety inspectors – the opportunities are endless for women. I am proud to announce as of September that we are a non-profit organization in the state of Alaska and a scholarship fund geared to help sponsor future female Alaskan aviators! Our non-profit organization continues to reach Alaskans throughout the state and beyond.
My Mrs. Alaska title continues to allow me to speak at various events, ceremonies, and conferences throughout Alaska and around the United States. I continue to work with aviation groups such as the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), Aircraft Owners & Pilot Association (AOPA), and Women in Aviation International (WAI). Locally, I work with EAA Chapter 42, the Alaska Military Youth Academy, the Alaska Wing Civil Air Patrol and the Alaska Aviation Museum. I have also taken on a new role as the Alaska Wing Civil Air Patrol Public Affairs Officer! What a great opportunity!
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