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ARSA’s MacLeod Engages International Audience

Executive Director Sarah MacLeod joined other international aviation stakeholders at the 2014 Global MRO Procurement Expo. MacLeod participated with panelists from the Royal Aeronautical Society, the WMG Academy for Young Engineers, and Rolls-Royce to explore the topic: “furthering the role of women in the commercial aviation after market.”

The panel’s focal points included case studies from successful women in the aviation industry as well as a discussion of key opportunity areas for those starting their careers and the importance of role models and champions. MacLeod’s career continues to be its own case study in business success, not only through her direct stewardship of ARSA but also in broader industry engagement.

MacLeod was instrumental in ARSA’s founding in 1984 and has spent her career on the forefront of aviation regulatory issues – working incessantly to find the right mix between government oversight and industry responsibility. She has joined and led panels and working groups, lectured to and trained stakeholders, and been a legal advocate for businesses with their civil aviation authorities. All of this experience makes her an invaluable resource for those striving to grow their own careers.

ARSA’s leaders work tirelessly to engage with industry members and allies through public events and engagement. For more information, please visit our industry events page.

 

 



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