68. Amy Spowart
Average Post Engagement: 25.90
What I use Linkedin for:
I use LinkedIn to stay connected in a formal manner. I love to follow industry trends, read articles shared by people I admire and connect with people with similar interests. It is my favorite platform for reaching other professionals.
Number of Followers:
Aerospace & Aviation
Who am I:
I love humble people who have done great things. Some are famous and most are not. Their stories inspire me all the same. I am motivated by those who came before me and act with passion for all that can be. I dream big, work hard, and love results.
Uniting people is my superpower. I listen, absorb, ask curious questions, and develop creative solutions together. I am energized by talented people brought together for innovative outcomes.
I believe in equal opportunity for all who are willing to strive for a mission. I am a determined leader who dreams of a world where talent and skill shine above all. When there is an opportunity for change, whether systematically or culturally, I embrace the chance to prove the naysayers wrong and show that success is achievable (even if it looks a little different than initially envisioned).
What I do:
I am the President and CEO of the National Aviation Hall of Fame.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I am one of only 3% of female executives in the aviation industry. We are like unicorns and yet add value and richness to the most innovative and forward-looking industry in the world. You should follow me because it is likely that what I have to say isn’t heard by many other voices and it’s my dream to reach and inspire change in our industry.
Who I follow on Linkedin
I follow my fellow members of the FAA Women in Aviation Advisory Board. They were chosen for being the top leaders in aviation and they inspire me. I love to see their success and their passion. Dana Donati, CEO, United Aviate Academy, and Crystal Barrios, First Officer and Fleet Acquisition Manager, Delta Airlines, are two shining stars right now, but there are so many more. Watch this space because all these women shine!
Amy’s Favorite Post
It may not be my most successful, but I love the message in this post and the look of determination on the child’s face. It’s a great reminder that we are all capable of amazing things if we are not limited by the accepted cultural norms.
Amy’s Successful Post
This post is my most successful because it highlights why the work of the Women in Aviation Advisory Board is so important. It’s very unlikely this headline would be shared if a male had been named CEO. We must be brave and highlight these moments, otherwise people won’t understand that there is an issue. it’s about awareness. I was respectful and just brought awareness to the fact that words matter.