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Michelle Qualls, taking the lead on Leadership Culture at Envoy

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 “What you leave behind is not what is engraved on stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.” ~ Pericles, ancient Greek statesman If you ever get the chance to talk with Michelle Qualls, there’s a good chance that you’ll leave the conversation with a smile. Whether she’s meeting a stranger or… Read more »

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Women With Wings: Chief Pilot Captain Anne Engle

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Captain Anne Engle is modest. She doesn’t brag. She doesn’t boast. But when you meet Anne, you can’t help but think that you’re in exceptionally rare company. Her smile is bright, her energy is lively, but most of all, her ability to lead is magnetic. Earlier this year, Anne, who has been a pilot with… Read more »

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2019 Envoy Internship Wrap-up

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Internships for college students are like looking through a window into their future career. While they might not be financially exciting, they are highly advantageous for building experience and important knowledge for the job. At Envoy, an intern gets all of that knowledge plus one more very important advantage – the ability to travel. For… Read more »

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Women with Wings: FO Marissa Colclasure

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Just like a spectacular sunrise or a crashing ocean wave, each one may look similar but they are unique in many ways. The same can be said about a pilot. Yes, they might wear the same uniform and have a penchant for systematic thinking, but no two pilots are exactly the same. Envoy First Officer… Read more »

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Women with Wings: First Officer Dana Mericle

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A parent’s love for their child is stronger than any bond. In the case of First Officer Dana Mericle’s parents, despite their trepidations of missing their daughter and watching her leave China for the U.S., they sold their family home in Dalian, China to help finance Dana’s flight training. It’s no secret that flight training… Read more »

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