60-Second Interview: Jasmine Steadman

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In celebration of Black History Month, we’re sharing a series of 60-second interviews with employees and leaders from across Envoy. In our first interview, we’ll hear from Jasmine Steadman, Envoy Ground Security Coordinator/Remote Operations Manager at LaGuardia Airport (LGA).


What is your Envoy Story?

I have been with Envoy for 13 years. When I started, we were called American Eagle Airlines.

My day-to-day responsibilities include different areas of administration and station compliance, but I still miss being hands-on and in the heart of the operation, so anytime I can, I try to jump right in.

As we celebrate Black History Month, which historical figure is an inspiration to you and why?

Fannie Lou Hamer is a great inspiration to me because of her activism to secure the right for African Americans to vote. If you can vote, then you have a say!

How do you celebrate Black History Month?

I celebrate Black History Month by sending my family a different inspirational quote each day from an African-American activist, entrepreneur or scientist.

What’s one surprising thing about you people might not know?

I truly have a fascination for all things Forensics. All the “Law & Order”, “CSI” and “NCIS” series are my favorites, and I love a good laugh. Laughter is good for the soul!

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