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Women in Aviation International Names Stephanie Kenyon as COO

New Chief Operating Officer Steps Right Into Role Upon Announcement

Women in Aviation International announced the promotion of Stephanie Kenyon to the position of Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately. 

Kenyon comes well reviewed from her cohort at WAI, having spent plenty of time cutting her teeth in similar roles. Chief executive officer Lynda Coffman said she will "continue her strategic leadership for growing the organization, designing new and innovative programs, partnerships, and revenue streams" in addition to the rest of her more mundane COO duties.

“Since joining our team as chief growth officer in 2021, Stephanie has fostered innovation and implemented strategic initiatives that align with our mission and values,” said Coffman. “Stephanie’s role as interim CEO for the past six months demonstrated her exceptional operational and analytical skills, deploying new processes and systems to streamline the organization and increase efficiencies.”

“This promotion not only recognizes Stephanie’s outstanding contributions but also reflects my confidence in her ability to lead our organization to even greater success,” Coffman added.

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Lynda to lead our organization on a course of growth and expansion in my new role as COO,” Kenyon said. “WAI plays an important role in the strength of the entire aviation industry, and I’m looking forward to increasing our impact.”

FMI: www.wai.org

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