ICAO hosted, once again, a successful IAWA Montreal Connect sponsored by ICAO, ACI and IATA, on 17 May in ICAO Headquarters, Montreal, Canada, in the margins of the ICAO/ACI Wildlife Strike Hazard Reduction Symposium.
This event connected 96 professional women and some male colleagues supporters of gender equality in aviation from ICAO (33), ACI World (11), IATA (34) and IAWA Members (12), among others. Continue reading “IAWA Montréal Connect at ICAO”
In this issue: President’s Message; Heather Penney Recipient of the 2017 Annual Outstanding Aviator Award; ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ by IAWA Member Carolina Ortiz Espinoza; Scholarship Winners; Past Events; Upcoming Events; Sponsorship; MC Ernst Promoted to Vice President at United States Aviation Underwriters; René Banglesdorf Named 2017 Enterprising Woman of the Year; Past President, Julie Ellis, Honored by Memphis Business Journal; Carolina Ortiz Espinoza Considered as 1 of 5 Women in Ecuador of Women in Power; New Members
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IAWA Members Carol Anderson and Claudia Hess hosted a successful and lively IAWA Connect breakfast at the EALA Conference on April 28, 2017 at Munich airport!
IAWA Members Abby Bried, Ann Goodman and Ann Taylor with 2017 Outstanding Aviator Award Recipient Heather Penny and Erin Miller at the CAF Rise Above: WASP event in Chicago on April 13th.
It is the question that I ask from time to time to my 3 year old daughter. In this regard I propose some alternatives: astronaut, lawyer, engineer, pilot of airplanes or pilot of helicopters. She replies: helicopter pilot. A response that despite having grown surrounded by airplanes has been constant since the first time.
In contrast to this, I clearly remember that a few years ago in a law class they asked a classmate what she wanted to specialize in; She responded to space law. The whole class burst out laughing and even one called it crazy. Despite this, she stood firm in her response that moment. Nowadays I know that he has not specialized in space law. Click here to read the full article.