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ISA+21 is a charitable, non-profit organization of career women airline pilots whose purpose is to: celebrate camaraderie; support informational exchange and social interaction among its members in a healthy environment; provide aviation scholarship opportunities for career-seeking women; and inspire future generations of women aviators via educational outreach.

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2014 CONFERENCE IN SAN ANTONIO, TX
 

           

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ISA CHOSE FIVE (5) SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS IN 2015!

 

Karen Guadagni: We had a very competitive group of women to choose from this year for our scholarships.
I am absolutely delighted that we found enough scholarship money to cover two additional B-737 types this year.

Multi-engine Instructor Rating:

Lenka Kubina—Originally from the Czech Republic, now residing in Oakley, Utah. Lenka is a flight instructor at Trans Pac Academy.


B-737 Type Ratings:

Tanya Kletke—Winnipeg, Canada. Tanya is a captain for Perimeter Aviation.      

Connie Nicholson—Phoenix, Arizona. Connie is a first officer at ExpressJet.    

Jennifer Johnson—Houston Texas. Jennifer is a first officer at ExpressJet.

Kimberly Osborn—Originally from Korea, now residing in Loveland, Colorado.                

Kimberly is a first officer at ExpressJet.

 
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Linda Friedman and Pam Perdue are United Airline 787 Pilots
 
Linda Friedman and Pamela Perdue 
Click the picture to read the story on the "United Hub."
 
 
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"Inspiring Women" by Deanne de Marco
Captain Nancy Novaes talks about airline pilot careers for women.
 
 
                                                                          
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"Women Pilots Still Rare in the Air"
ISA Member Kathy McCullough interviewed in Chicago
 

Kathy McCullough ANC Freight Ramp


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Charter Member Norah O'Neill Interview
An interview done by Kate Campbell at the Museum of Flight earlier this year has been posted on her site. 
Click the link to see it: sheliftsoff.org

Norah says: "Kate and I really hit it off. We were concentrating on following dreams, a life's work and taking care of ourselves."
Check Norah's Blog on Member News, left Menu column for her brave fight against cancer.

Does being a pilot somehow harm to your child? Norah's daughter Cammy wrote a story that was published in the Women in Aviation magazine a few years ago. Read here one 'child's' testimonial:
 
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Inspiration: Family Style
 
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