Bradley began flying at the age of 15 in gliders on the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii. At the age of 17, he was a pilot and off to the University of North Dakota. In 1999 he graduated from UND with a BS in Aeronautics while serving as a Flight Instructor and Supervisor of Flight for the over 100 aircraft fleet.
Moving to Seattle after graduation, Bradley flew for a regional airline until 2007 on the Dash 8, equipped with "Fog Buster" Heads Up Guidance (HGS) technology. In 2007 he moved on to a major airline flying 737s in some of the most technologically advanced and challenging conditions.
Gordon is a UND Aerospace grad with a B.S. in Commercial Aviation. In addition to 15,000+ hours of Part 121 flight experience, Gordon has managed several successful aviation businesses including the creation of Rainier Flight Service.
Since it's inception Gordon has assisted hundreds of applicants prepare for their dream job and organized career fairs for the aviation industry.
Monika began flying at a very young age, but not as a pilot, more like a passenger. However, she's been closely connected to the aviation industry since 2009 and understands the processes and intricacies of this fast paced environment. Monika has been in Human Resources for over 15 years and has supported various businesses and clients with assistance in interviewing, candidate selection, resume and cover letter review, employee relations, policy manual creation and revision and many other facets of HR.
The combination of Human Resources and aviation knowledge gives Monika the ability to support clients in a unique way, offering a more robust service that is tailored for each client.
David worked 24 years in the Air Force flying a variety of aircraft before transitioning to commercial flying for a major carrier. Currently a captain, David has helped countless military aviators successfully transition to the airlines. During his free time he enjoys assisting with the high school booster club and supporting the cross country and track events.
Nyle is a Puget Sound local and Central Washington University graduate with a degree in Flight Technology. After college he worked as a Gold Seal flight instructor teaching in wheel and float planes as well as flying Caravans and Chieftains for a part 135 operator. Nyle went on to fly for our country's largest regional airline where he also interviewed and hired hundreds of pilots as a member of the interview team. He now flies Boeing 737s for a major airline.
Morgan is a native of the Pacific Northwest where his career has been centered in both civilian and military capacities. He has worked up the traditional career path as a Flight Instructor in Auburn, flying part 135 freight out of Seattle, flying for multiple regional airlines, and then as an ISR Pilot and instructor in Afghanistan. He began his military flying career in 2006 with the WA Army National Guard as a UH-60 Blackhawk pilot. He is now a full-time 737 pilot with a major airline in Seattle while still flying in the Navy Reserves as a C-40 Initial Operating Instructor and Aircraft Commander. Morgan enjoys bringing his unique blend of both civilian and military experience to assist others in achieving their career goals as professional aviators.
Robert has lived in Washington almost his whole life. After High school, he served six years in the US Army as a Chinook helicopter mechanic. After the completion of his service he attended Central Washington University. Following graduation he flight instructed at Auburn University in Alabama for a couple years. That led Robert to his passenger flying career at Scenic Airlines in Las Vegas Nevada flying Twin Otters over the Grand Canyon. After about a year of flying there he flew for two successful regional airlines for 7 1/2 years. Robert now flies for a major airline and has been based in Seattle since 2014. Through the years, in this wonderful career, Robert has gained experience and knowledge which he looks forward to sharing with others as he assists them in their career progression.
Matthew started flight school a month after the 9/11 terrorist attacks at Pan Am International Flight Academy in Deer Valley Arizona. He was a student for a year and a half and then instructed for two years. PanAm utilized Piper Archers, Arrows and Seminoles for their training. During his time as a flight instructor he was fortunate enough to have time in Bonanzas and King Airs. In May of 2005, he joined a large regional airline flying the EMB-120 Brasilia. After a year he transitioned to the CRJ-200/700/900. Upgraded to captain in 2014 and then transitioned to the EMB175 in January of 2017. He was then hired with a SEA based Major Airline and started ground school, on the Boeing 737 in 2017. He has enjoyed his time with the Airline and plans to finish his career there. In his spare time, Matthew enjoys home flight simulation as a hobby and looks forward to time in his garage working on car and hotrod projects.
Growing up in the Northwest creates a unique love for aviation; Kelly started flying at Bremerton national and then transferred to Central Washington University to complete a Flight Technology Degree. After college he started an Aerial Survey Pilot position traveling the country and experiencing General Aviation in a new way. He then continued his career with a Regional Airline flying the CRJ fleet, based out of Denver and becoming a Denver resident. He enjoyed flying as a First Officer to destinations such as Aspen, Gunnison and Eagle and eventually upgraded to a Captain position based in Detroit. Currently, Kelly flies 737's with a major airline and is happy to be based and living in Seattle. He connects with our clients in a unique way by tapping into their strengths and providing tools and solutions to potential weaknesses. Kelly appreciates every opportunity to prepare our clients for their exciting future.
Washington-native, Todd began his aviation journey at a young age by earning a Commercial Pilots License while in high school - trading flight hours for fueling airplanes in the South Sound. Attending Western Washington University, Todd taught ground school for a local technical college, flight instructed and flew 135 scheduled service to the San Juan Islands. After college, Todd spent many years working at a midwest regional carrier and a large corporate charter operation. He has represented his airlines at pilot hiring events and served on a pro- standards committee. Todd currently flies 737s for a major airline.
Kenny got his start flying at a young age. He mowed the grass locally at Grier field as a student and private pilot then went on to College at the University of North Dakota where he received a degree in Commercial Aviation. He was a very dedicated and involved CFII at multiple flight schools before flying as FO and Captain at a regional airline. Next, Kenny flew as an FO and Captain for a very busy on demand charter operator before being hired at a major carrier in 2016. He now has his "dream job" and he looks forward to helping clients achieve their career goals through the tools and experience he has gained over the past two decades.
Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Matt is here to stay for the duration of his career. Matt started his aviation journey at Central Washington University where he graduated with a Bachelor's in Flight Technology. After that he then flight instructed till getting hired at Mesaba Air where he flew turbo-props through the Midwest. He tranistioned over to Allegiant Air and flew the MD-80 as a Captain for 4 years based in Las Vegas. Now, Matt currently flies the 737 for a major airline based in Seattle. He has a passion for helping his colleagues and friends achieve their goal of getting hired with a major airline. In his free time he loves running, skiing and spending time with his family.
Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Graham started flying as a teenager and continued to earn his ratings while completing his degree at the University of North Dakota. After graduating and working as a flight instructor, he spent over five years at a regional airline flying the CRJ and ERJ aircraft as a First Officer and eventually as a Captain. During that time, he enjoyed volunteering his time to support the pilot group as a Peer Support Volunteer for the Critical Incident Response Program at his airline. Graham currently flies the Airbus A320 for a major airline.