Alumni of Distinction Award 2020 Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre

Nov 16, 2020

Delighted to receive this award, a recognition of:

– WWFC’s first female Chief Flight Instructor (Class I Civil Aviation Instructor)
– first Canadian female to fly the Twin Otter (DHC-6/300)
– first female at DeHavilland/Flight Safety (Supervisor, DHC-6/300 Flight Training)
– bush flying experience (Ontario, British Columbia), DHC-6/300 & D-18S (Beech 18 on floats)

Thanks so much to everyone who helped me achieve my goals.

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