Niloofar Moradi earned her undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from Concordia University in 2010 and launched her career at Rolls-Royce Canada in the energy sector. Drawn to aviation and aerospace, Moradi later joined Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC), where she has been involved in all aspects of turbine aerodynamics and later mechanical design – from research and airfoil design to engine development and production support. In 2016, concurrent with her design work at P&WC, Moradi earned her Master’s degree from École de Technologie Supérieure. Passionate and ambitious, Moradi has done design work for several P&WC engines including the PT6C-67A, powering the AW609 Tiltrotor. Moradi’s dedication to encouraging and creating new opportunities for the next generation of engineers keeps her ever engaged with the engineering community. She is a member of the Industrial Advisory Board of the MIA Engineering department of Concordia University and the Aerospace sub-committee of the Palais des Congrès de Montréal. She continues to work with charitable organizations such as Dress for Success, L’envol and Operation Christmas Child. In 2018, Moradi was named the 2018 Young Alumnus/Alumna of the Year by Concordia University and received the Engineering Award from the Elsie MacGill Northern Lights program. She was also named as one of the Wings Magazine 2018 Agents of Change, Top 20 Under 40. In addition to her work and volunteer activities, she is an avid traveler and a passionate scuba diver.