Fri, Mar 25, 2011
Award Presented During Leadership Conference to Recognize
Aspiring Aviation Manager
The NBAA announced the recipient of its Donald A. Baldwin Sr.
Business Aviation Management Scholarship on Tuesday, which benefits
individuals seeking to become NBAA Certified Aviation Managers
(CAMs). The scholarship, which is given annually in coordination
with the family of Donald A. Baldwin Sr., promotes professional
development in business aviation by providing financial support for
qualified CAM exam candidates.
The recipient of the 2011 scholarship is Dan Dominguez, chief
pilot with Taughannock Aviation Corp in Ithaca, NY. Dominguez was
recognized during the NBAA 19th Annual Leadership Conference held
last month in San Diego, CA, where Donald Baldwin Jr. announced the
scholarship results in honor of his father.
Currently pursuing his master's degree in business
administration, Dominguez has worked in business aviation since
1997, flying for several different companies. He believes that
earning the CAM credential will benefit both his company and his
career. Donald A. Baldwin Sr. was an accomplished general aviation
pilot who served on NBAA's Board of Directors from 1968 to 1971, In
his lifetime, he was recognized for his contributions to business
aviation with the NBAA John P. "Jack" Doswell Award and the Flight
Safety Foundation Business Aviation Meritorious Service Award.
The Baldwin Business Aviation Management Scholarship is one of
several scholarships offered by NBAA to promote professional
development and business aviation careers.
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