Chelsea Stein Engberg Awarded 2011-2012 AAUW Grant

Congratulations to Chelsea Stein Engberg for receiving the American Association of University Women’s Career Development Grant for 2011-2012!  Chelsea is working on her Masters Degree in Aeronautical Science concentrating on Human Factors at Embry-Riddle University and  is from Santa Cruz, CA.

Chelsea Engberg

AAUW Career Development Grant to Help Aviation Student Pursue Goals

” Chelsea was born and raised in Auburn, CA and attended the University of California Davis where she completed her pre-med classes and graduated with a degree in history. She is now an FAA Certified Commercial Pilot and Flight Instructor living in Santa Cruz, CA. Chelsea teaches aerobatics along with primary and advanced flight training and is a competitive aerobatic pilot around the central coast and San Francisco Bay Area. In February Chelsea graduated from the United States Navy’s Aviation Safety Officer’s School in Pensacola, FL as one of very few civilians to do so. Her professional goals focus on competition aerobatics as well as flight and safety instruction. She reaches out to pilots and anyone else interested through her website,, where she blogs about numerous topics and experiences including being a centrifuge research subject, aviation history, safety, and how to manage under pressure and high stress situations. She considers her passion, work and education a 3-fold way to help others succeed through dedication and determination.”

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1 Comment
  • Lisa Martin
    Posted at 07:31h, 06 October Reply

    Congratulations! The blog sounds interesting. I think I’ll check it out.

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