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Who can be nominated?

  1. Flight Operations:

    A woman who has made a significant contribution, and has been a role model, in the area of flight operations as a pilot.

  2. Business:

    A woman who has made a significant contribution, and has been a role model, in an aviation or aerospace-related business  (owner/operator/entrepreneur, manager or administrator).

  3. Government:

    A woman who has made a significant contribution, and has been a role model, in aviation and aerospace services and programs, provided through governmental departments (regulatory oversight/policy and procedures, Search and Rescue, safety, air traffic control, military, medical, political advocacy, space programs).

  4. Education:

    A woman who has been a role model or mentor, and has made a significant contribution for the inspiration, education, and advancement of women in aviation or aerospace, as a teacher; professor; motivational speaker; promoter; counselor, or researcher.

  5. Pioneer:

    A woman who was first or earliest in any field of enterprise, or progress, in the fields of aviation or aerospace. One who prepared or lead the way. This woman can be honoured in person or posthumously.

  6. Engineering:

    A woman who has made a significant contribution, and has been a role model, in aviation or aerospace as an engineer or aircraft maintenance technician.

  7. Rising Star:

    A woman between the ages of 16 and 30, who has demonstrated exceptional promise of leadership, and contribution, in any area of aviation and aerospace, or in a volunteer capacity.