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The Women's Ambassador Mentoring Program (WAMP) was designed to attract and retain female students in the Aeronautical Science and Aeronautics programs.  The percentage of female pilots is 8% of total certificated pilots and 4.6% of Airline Transport Pilots.  The support provided by the WAMP to female flight students guides them through their flight training, provides networking opportunities, and informs female students on monthly mentoring topics.  Below, meet our upperclassmen mentors that will be working with the mentoring program this academic year.
Courtney Anderson

Courtney Anderson

Courtney Anderson is majoring in Aeronautical Science and minoring in Humanities. She is a mentor with the Women's Ambassador Program and the Flight Line Assimilation Program.

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Emily Arnold

Emily Arnold

Emily Arnold is a junior majoring in Aeronautical Science and a proud member of the Women's Ambassador Program.

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Ashley Bass

Ashley Bass

Ashley Bass is a sophomore majoring in Aeronautical Science with a minor in Aviation Safety. She holds a private pilot’s license and is a member of the Women’s Ambassador Program.

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Isabella Gianni

Isabella Gianni

Isabella Gianni is a current freshman studying Aeronautical Science. She serves as the outreach chair for the Women in Aviation club and is a member of the Daytona Ninety-Nines.

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Reanna Johnson-Dell

Reanna Johnson-Dell

Reanna Johnson-Dell is a junior majoring in Aeronautical Science with minors in Arabic and Unmanned Aircraft Systems Applications.

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Previous Mentors

We would also like to thank and acknowledge the following women for their dedicated service to our Women's Ambassador Mentoring Program:

2019:
Lindsay Cosby
Alina Gagliola
Brittney Porter
Elizabeth (Libby) Rogers
Anna Wolff

2021:
Rachel Arrotta
Amanda Fallon