Embracing aviation diversity. Fly For The Culture Magazine showcases the contributions of a diverse, inclusive aviation community. Subscribe Latest Articles Donovan Boone Elton Hayes September 22, 2021 No Comments As a youngster, Donovan Boone eagerly anticipated visits to his grandmother’s apartment building in Brooklyn. From her balcony in the structure that towered more than 15 stories, Boone had the perfect … Read More Sheraaz Rasool Jake Roach April 2, 2021 No Comments Sheraaz Rasool is a London-based First Officer on the Boeing 787. As a long-haul pilot, he spends his days and nights crisscrossing continents, moving passengers … Read More Freddie Green Jake Roach April 2, 2021 No Comments Freddie Green is an Air Traffic Manager in Miami, Florida. As an Air Traffic Manager, he leads a team that serves many Air Traffic Control … Read More Patty Wagstaff Jake Roach April 2, 2021 No Comments Patty Wagstaff is a competition aerobatic pilot, U.S. National Aerobatic Champion, and 6-time consecutive “First Lady of Aerobatics”. Today, she owns and operates an aerobatic … Read More Claudia Zapata-Cardone Alexis Thind March 31, 2021 No Comments As a child of immigrants, Claudia Zapata-Cardone’s journey to becoming an Airbus 319/320 Captain is a remarkable story of grit, passion, and her parents’ steadfast … Read More Georgia Louise Henderson Paige Bova March 30, 2021 No Comments While it took Georgia Louise Henderson a while to land on aviation, she always knew that she wanted to work with her hands. As a … Read More Leslie Irby Paige Bova March 25, 2021 No Comments Leslie Irby always had big dreams for herself. From a young age she believed she would compete at the Olympic level in swimming, fencing or … Read More Bessie Coleman Fly For The Culture Team March 6, 2021 No Comments Bessie Coleman (January 26, 1892 – April 30, 1926) was an early American civil aviator. She was the first African-American woman and first Native-American to … Read More Marlon Green Fly For The Culture Team March 6, 2021 No Comments In 1957, former Air Force B-26 pilot Marlon Green applied to multiple airlines without a response. Rather than accept his fate, he took his case … Read More 1 2 3 Next » Members Only No post found!