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ATCA Annual's First Women in Aviation Breakfast

Across aviation's many sectors, women contribute to the success and innovation of the world's airspace each and every day. This year, we're excited to host a breakfast to provide a nurturing and inclusive environment for women in aviation to network and share their successes at ATCA Annual.

Our goal is to enhance and inspire leadership, and to encourage women to seek executive level positions within aviation and the aeronautical sciences. We hope you'll join us!

The breakfast is open to all registered conference attendees, exhibitors, and hall visitors at the ATCA Annual.
Hall visitor registration is free of charge.


UPDATE: Registration is full!
Interested in being contacted if we have an opening? Please send your name, company, email, and phone number to Alternates will be added on a first-come, first served basis.


Wednesday, October 18:
8 – 9:15 a.m
(breakfast served at 8 a.m., program begins at 8:15 a.m.)

ATCA Annual,
Chesapeake D Conference Room
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center


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Questions? Please contact Mindy Soranno.


Title Sponsor: CSSI, Inc.

Gold Sponsors: General Dynamics, JMA Solutions


Silver Sponsor: Robinson Aviation, Inc. (RVA)


Bronze Sponsors: Evans Incorporated, JLan Solutions, Veracity Engineering



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ATCA Annual's First Women in Aviation Breakfast

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