Carly and Nate each bring a wealth of knowledge and broad travel experience to Flight Path. They have been faithful and enthusiastic supporters and we welcome them to our board.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) March 11, 2019
Two talented aviation and travel business professionals were elected to the board of directors of the Flight Path Museum at Los Angeles International Airport during the board’s recent meeting. Carly Allen, executive vice president of Global Travel Magazine, and Nate Morrissey, owner-operator of Blue Sky Estate Services, began their service immediately, according to Agnes Huff, PhD, Flight Path Museum president.
Allen’s professional background includes international travel marketing and business development, and work as a private aviation advisor and internet sales manager. Her clients have ranged from Los Angeles to Mexico City to Seoul, South Korea. She is a graduate of San Francisco State University with a degree in organizational communications and marketing.
Morrissey’s resume includes work as a corporate jet pilot, FAA safety inspector and program manager, college aviation instructor, and aviation marketing volunteer for Orbis International’s Flying Eye Hospital. Since 2007 he has owned and operated Blue Sky Estate Services assisting seniors transitioning to retirement communities and families closing out estates.
“Carly and Nate each bring a wealth of knowledge and broad experience to Flight Path,” said Huff. “Both have been faithful and enthusiastic supporters of the museum. Now we look forward to working with them as valued members of our board.”
Flight Path is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., except major holidays, in the LAX Imperial Terminal, 6661 W. Imperial Hwy., Los Angeles. Admission and parking are free for members. For information call (424) 646-7284, email email@example.com or visit the website http://www.flightpathmuseum.com
The museum is operated by nonprofit Flight Path in cooperation with Los Angeles World Airports, the agency which operates LAX. Flight Path’s mission includes the preservation of Southern California’s aviation heritage as well as encouragement and assistance to those pursuing education and careers in aviation and aerospace.