September 14, 2020

Glenview, IL , September 14, 2020 – Elementary educator, FAA Certified Remote Pilot and Women To Watch in UAS Honoree Meghan Salter has joined the  WomenandDrones Advisory Board.

Salter is a public education teacher in Huntington, West Virginia and was recently named the 2021 Teacher of the Year for Cabell County Schools. She has been teaching special education since 2009 and is a National Board-Certified Teacher for Students with Exceptionalities.

“I am honored to represent educators who have a passion for integrating drone technology into the classroom. I’m looking forward to working with Women and Drones as an educational advisor for elementary, middle, and high school students,” said Salter. The West Virginia Department of Education recently named her one of five finalists for the statewide Teacher of the Year Award. The winner will be announced this fall.

Women And Drones CEO Sharon Rossmark says, “We are thrilled to have Meghan joining our board. She brings a rare background as an experienced educator and FAA Certified Remote Pilot who can help Women and Drones carry out a commitment to STEM education focused on girls.” Rossmark adds, “We are laser focused on supporting United Nations Sustainable Development Goals including Quality Education, Gender Equality and Decent Work and Economic Growth. With Meghan’s expertise, we will continue to expand our drone education initiatives.”

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About Women and Drones Women And Drones is the leading membership organization dedicated to driving excellence in the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and Urban Air Mobility (UAM) industry by advocating for female participation in this dynamic segment of the global economy.  We partner with companies committed to an inclusive culture where women can thrive. We also provide Drone Flight Services including aerial imagery and drone product beta testing.  Our female-focused educational programs range from kindergarten to career in efforts to balance the gender equation in the industry now, as well as for the future of flight. Find out more by visiting www.WomenandDrones.com.