Faces in Aviation: Bill Feuerstein, FAA Tech Center Engineer

My name is Bill Feuerstein, and I work in the lab engineering branch. My job, essentially, is to make sure that all the people that work at the Tech Center in the labs have the physical infrastructure they need to be able to perform their mission. Yeah, we’re bringing in a lot of labs at once in one space, and the reason to do that is so they can collaborate. There’s less miscommunication when you have an open environment. I

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The G.I. Bill | Upper Limit Aviation

I remember it was my sophomore year in high school. I was trying to think of what I wanted to do with my life. And it’s always been intrigued by helicopters. Researched a little bit about it, found out how much it costs. And it was kind of like a dream that was shattered. I was really bored in college. I decided I need to find something else to do with my life, something that felt more fulfilling than what

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Passion to Fly | Upper Limit Aviation

Basically when a student is determining what they want to do for a career, what they want to do with their lives, they – Some of them just seem to have a passion for wanting a little bit of calculated risk in their life, or their lives would be empty; their souls would be empty. And so, flying is something that – I mean since, you know, since cavemen started looking up at the sky wondering what was up there,

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Faces in Aviation: Stephanie Divito, FAA Tech Center Meteorologist

I’m an energetic person who has a real passion for weather. My interest started young and also my maiden name is Winter. Aircraft facing research at the Tech Center covers both ground icing, so when you go to the airport and you’re flying in the wintertime, there sometimes can be ice that builds up on the outside of the aircraft while you’re sitting there, and that has to be removed before you can take off. The other thing we look

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GE Aviation – #MyPlacementStory

My name is Paula Andrea Ruiz and I’m doing a Master’s in Engineering Project Management at Bournemouth University and I am currently doing a placement at GE Aviation. We have different programmes here and in some of them we manufacture parts for wings of planes for aircraft. As part of the Lean team I work on different projects, basically improving processes. I am building a project in the assembly area, assembly for composite panels, and I am creating the first

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Faces in Aviation: Lyndsay Digneo, FAA Tech Center Aviation STEM Outreach Manager

Hi, I’m Lindsay Digneo, and I inspire tomorrow’s workforce through Aviation STEM Outreach. I am an eternal optimist. I always try to look at the bright side of things. I came from a family of educators, so when I was in school, I always thought I was going to be a math teacher; so I went into engineering. But when I came here and I learned about the aviation STEM program, it was the perfect blend of both. We like

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A Chat With Keidi – Perks of working at Flight Centre

My name is Keidi and I’m the senior team leader of Flight Centre, Queens Street Mall Which is the biggest Flight Centre in the world. Being a team leader is quite a balancing act. I try to make all of the decisions based on what is the middle ground for what’s best for our people and what’s best for our customers. I try to use everyone for their superpowers so everyone you know comes from a different background. They might

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Faces in Aviation: Dana Picorale, FAA Tech Center Program Manager

My name is Dana Picorale, I’m the William J. Hughes Tech Center Space Manager, and I manage the administrative space at the William J. Hughes Tech Center. I’m very customer focused. I believe in starting with yes, and working your way from there to get to what makes the customer happy. I work with the space holders, the employees here. Each organization has a representative, and we work together to keep the information accurate. I work with them to put

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Dolphins Soar as Leaders in Their Field

Each day at Le Moyne college, we strive for greatness, but always through the eyes of goodness. All of us who have been so incredibly fortunate to have received the Jesuit education understand what Le Moyne stands for. Le Moyne is certainly one of my fondest memories Le Moyne is where I learned how to learn. And Le Moyne was the first stepping stone to allow me to be where I am today, you’ll recognize this Le Moyne alumna from

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