Don’t Miss: Women in Advanced Air Mobility, May 20, 2021
It’s no secret that women are underrepresented in the aerospace industry. The drone industry has a lot to offer women interested in a career. “Now Wisk Aero, Women and Drones and the Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium are working with 20 other organizations to have an online conversation about how to build the most comprehensive, responsible and successful Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) industry. Says the event poster.
Women in advanced air mobility: On May 20, 2021, big ideas for building a new industry will take place 9:00 – 10:30 PDT / 12:00 – 1:30 EDT. Register here to participate.
Inclusivity is important in every industry – diversity means success. This event will introduce men and women from other aerospace sectors and is suitable for organizations striving to balance their workforce and women interested in entering the AAM space.
Given the lessons of aviation, we can build equity and diversity into the foundation of the new Advanced Air Mobility industry and create a more profitable, sustainable and equitable industry. This event begins with a keynote fireside chat, followed by breakout talks on four key topics hosted by industry leaders who believe in this work.
Keynote speaker: Anna Kominik (LinkedIn) and Sharon Rossmark (LinkedIn)
Careers in AAM
Bring people to the table
Inclusive is profitable
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