Five women industry professionals shared actionable career advice for younger women during a spirited and affirming education session held during NBAA-BACE.
Each of the panelists shared pivotal moments from their careers in an effort to illustrate how younger women determined to succeed can move forward.
Sheryl Barden, president and CEO of Aviation Personnel International, urged all career-minded professionals to advocate for themselves, but also to find a mentor to help them, suggesting that individuals need to discover ways to grow by identifying possible gaps in their skillsets.
“I think the most important thing that anyone needs to do is to allow themselves to become vulnerable,” said Barden. “If we’re going to grow, we have to get a little out of our comfort zone.”
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