Named by the Jaycees as one of the "Top Ten Young Americans", Amelia Rose Earhart recreated and symbolically completed the 1937 flight of her namesake, Amelia Mary Earhart. Her 28,000 mile flight around the world in a single engine aircraft became a symbol of determination, courage and empowerment for anyone who has ever decided to seek new horizons.

Fortune 500 companies, United States Air Force Academy, dozens of universities and civic organizations, among others, have been impacted, and thousands have been jolted awake by Amelia's contagious enthusiasm for action, her raw and charming leadership style, and her ability to take audiences along on their own flight round the world through her story.

Amelia is the president of the Fly With Amelia Foundation, a non-profit providing flight training scholarships to young women across America. She can be seen each morning on Denver's NBC affiliate, KUSA-TV, where she has recently launched a new weekly series called STEM Superstars. This series features STEM focused teachers, classes, schools or educational programs that help children to get excited about learning the skills that will prepare them for tech careers. She's also an active member of the Board of Directors at Wings Over the Rockies, Colorado's Official Air and Space Museum. She's currently working toward her multi-engine aircraft rating.

 

 

 

AROUND THE WORLD WITH AMELIA: THE MODERN DAY ADVENTURE THAT CAPTIVATED THE WORLD

FROM PRE-FLIGHT TO TOUCHDOWN: HOW A STRATEGIC FLIGHT PLAN CAN GET YOU AND YOUR TEAM TO YOUR FINAL DESTINATION

LEARNING TO LOVE THE TURBULENCE: EMBRACING DIFFICULTY AND CHANGE ONCE YOUR GOAL IS AIRBORNE

 

 

Not only was her story incredible, but her personal inner strength, and quite frankly guts through personal adversity, is truly inspiring.
— Northrop Grumman