Aviation Professional looking for a new opportunity. I'm a jack of all trades, a hard worker, and a quick learner.
I attended Letourneau University from 2007-2010 where I earned a Bachelors of Science degree in the field of Aeronautical Science. While I was at Letourneau, I earned my Instrument rating as well as my Commercial Pilot's license and tailwheel endorsement. I also earned my CFI, CFII, and MEI instructor licenses.
I married my high-school sweetheart in January of 2011 and we have 2 boys with our third on the way. We are active members of Spring Baptist Church and we teach the 7th grade life group classes at the church.
I have been a pilot with ExpressJet Airlines since January of 2012. In September 2017, I moved into the Training Department of ExpressJet as a Ground Instructor on the EMB-145. I have loved every minute of instructing in the classroom and passing on my knowledge and experience to our new First Officers and Captains.
Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Science. Minored in Professional Flight and Applied Sciences.
ATP Multi Engine and Commercial Single Engine license.
CFI, CFII, and MEI Instructor licenses. A&P Mechanic.
Preformed 50, 100, and annual inspections as well as other maintenance duties on aircraft ranging from Cessna 172s to Cessna 414s and Robinson helicopters.
Performed ground, flight, and simulator instruction
Deliver instruction tailored to the student’s needs
Pilot of a Cessna 310, Piper Meridian, and Pilatus PC-12
Performed aircraft inspections and maintenance
Assisted management with maintenance research and tracking
As an Instructor:
Provided Part 121 Instruction in the EMB-145
Teach company guidelines, systems, and recurrent classes
Instruct students in the EMB-145 Flight Training Device
Develop and present PowerPoint presentations Manage classroom to encourage active learning
As a Pilot:
Ensure safe and efficient operation of the EMB-145 aircraft
Evaluate and manage risk to an acceptable level