Embracing aviation diversity. Fly For The Culture Magazine showcases the contributions of a diverse, inclusive aviation community. Support Us Latest Articles 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 Eugene Ballard Fly For The Culture Team March 6, 2021 No Comments At the Café Copoule in Paris in the spring of 1916, three American soldiers of the French Foreign Legion were commiserating with a fourth who … Read More 1 2 3 Next » Members Only No post found!