TOP Women in Aerospace & Aviation To Follow on LinkedIn 2022: 26. Stacey Rudser

26. Stacey Rudser

President at Association for Women in Aviaton Maintenance, AWAM

26. Stacey Rudser

Average Post Engagement: 71.70


United States

What I use Linkedin for:

I use LinkedIn to make meaningful connections and highlight the ongoing challenges of creating a diverse and robust aviation maintenance workforce.

Number of Followers:



Aerospace & Aviation


Who am I:

I am just as my LinkenIn profile says, your basic, friendly, aviation junkie. I love all things aviation and have been an A&P for over 10 years. I am a mechanic, mother, advocate and catalyst for changing the status quo.

What I do:

I serve as the President for the Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM), a 100% volunteer non-profit organization devoted to supporting and promoting women in aviation maintenance. I work closely with industry groups and organizations to raise awareness of women in our industry and instigate meaningful changes to make aviation maintenance a vibrant and viable career path for people of all genders. I am also a full time mechanic and served on the FAA Women in Aviation Advisory Board.

Why you should follow me on Linkedin:

You should follow me on LinkedIn for insight on how best to support women in aviation maintenance and why diversity efforts are critical to building a robust workforce.

Who I follow on Linkedin

I love to follow Jill Meyers and Kathryn Creedy. Jill is always so positive and exciting and Kathryn has her finger on the pulse of the aviation industry like no one else.


Jill Meyers, FRAeS

Aviation & Aerospace Consultant, REGENT

Kathryn Creedy

Editor In Chief, Future Aviation/Aerospace Workforce News

Stacey’s Favorite Post

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This is my favorite post because I feel like it is a message that is so easy to miss. It is important to be kind to others but also equally important to accept kindness given to you. People see so much more to you than you give them credit for.

Stacey’s Successful Post

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So far my most successful post that isn’t a job transition is this one of a portrait drawn of me by my young daughter. The chance to see myself through her eyes was very powerful and I think it resonated for a lot of people because we all wonder how our children view us and while it is hard being a working mother, our kids can see what we are passionate about and that in turn can inspire them.

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