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Girls Soar at C.R. Smith Museum, sponsored by Envoy

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Promoting diversity and inclusion across Envoy is fundamental to our success. And one of the ways we’re making this possible is partnering with local and national groups to encourage a more diverse range of people to join the aviation industry. On February 24, Envoy and American Airlines partnered with the C.R. Smith Museum to promote… Read more »

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Women With Wings: Captain Kiersten Orrick

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Captain Kiersten Orrick stood out like a sore thumb in her seersucker blazer, red blouse and blue Italian leather wingtips as she waded through a thicket of men in black suits. Apprehension began seeping in as her first National Gay Pilot Association (NGPA) conference started like every other pilot job fair Kiersten had attended. During… Read more »

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Guest Blog: Envoy Captain shares gratitude for acceptance

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In February, Ric Wilson, VP of Flight Operations, attended the National Gay Pilots Association (NGPA) Diversity & Inclusion Summit to learn more about how airlines can be bastions of acceptance for the LGBT community. While meeting with some of the NGPA members and pilots, Ric met Envoy Captain Michael Auci (pictured above, left). Unbeknownst to… Read more »

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Embracing differences with First Officer Jakob Barnard

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Sometimes when evaluating an airline like Envoy, it can seem that the only things that matter are the airplanes, performance metrics and getting passengers to their destinations on time and safely. And while those are critically important aspects of any airline, they’re not the only things that make Envoy successful. The company is  made up of… Read more »

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60 second interview: Danielle Griffin

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Danielle is a People Services Manager, based at Envoy Headquarters. She joined Envoy in 2016 and currently a business partner for our Air Operations and Corporate Admin workgroups. What is the best advice you’ve received? Be your best at all times. The tape is always rolling and somebody is always watching. When your name is called,… Read more »

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