Got my august 2010 issue of AOPA today.
It's got a list of the forums scheduled for the AOPA Aviation Summit.
Of the 33 forums scheduled, only 4 are given by women.
Now, I'm not complaining. Women are supposely only 6% of pilots (and that percentage has been steady since the beginning of aviation) so any more than 4 women making presentations would be disproportionate. I just think its an interesting statistic.
So, what are the forums led by women?
Keep Young and Fly Forever, by Janet Lapp, flight instructor, psychologist, author, motivational humorist
Pinch Hitter: Susan Parsons, special assistant, FAA
Women Leaders in Aviation: Dr. Peggy Chabrian, funder and President, Women in Aviation, Internatoional.
The Kings on Avoiding Unwanted Adventure, John and Martha King, King School
http://www.lapp.com/: “It is a myth that change takes time. People can change overnight. It’s a decision, not a process.”
Susan Parsons - no website, except the FAA
Peggy Chabrian - http://www.wai.org/board/chabrian_dr.cfm
King Schools - http://www.kingschools.com/