Forum 360: Growing Today’s Workforce for Tomorrow’s Technology 17 June 2020 1430 - 1600

Aerospace is entering its next age, as increasing levels of autonomy lead to a fundamental transformation in how people and goods move. Enabling this future will require new skills, new thinking, and new approaches to aircraft design, airspace management, and the role of humans in the aviation ecosystem. The panel today will peer into that future, to anticipate the exciting changes that are expected in aerospace, followed by a conversation on the skills and expertise that will be needed in the next generation of aerospace professionals.
  • Irene Gregory Irene Gregory
    Senior Technologist, Advanced Control Theory and Application, NASA Langley Research Center
  • Jeanine Boyle Jeanine Boyle
    Vice President, Human Resources, Aurora Flight Sciences
  • Barry Butler P. Barry Bulter
    President, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • David Hamill David Hamill
    Director, Human Resources, and Lead, FAA Strategic Workforce Planning Initiative, FAA
  • Cindy Hasselbring Cindy Hasselbring
    Senior Policy Advisor, STEM Education, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President
  • kunz Peter Kunz
    Senior Chief Engineer, Unpiloted Systems, Engineering, Test & Technology, The Boeing Company, Chief Engineer, Boeing NeXt