Jennah Perry is an Associate Professor of Air Traffic Management in the College of Aviation at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. She currently holds a M.A.S degree in Aeronautical Science with specializations in Human Factors in Aviation Systems and Education Technology, a B.S. in Air Traffic Management, a Private Pilot Certificate as well as an Instrument and Part 107 Ratings, and is currently pursuing a Ph. D. in Educational Leadership. Prior to her career with ERAU, Jennah spent 8 years working for Lockheed Martin Corporation as a certified Air Traffic Control Specialist where she earned FAA Certificates of Authority for Pilot Weather Briefing and En-Route Flight Advisory Services, after becoming a Full Performance Level Air Traffic Control Specialist and certified Training Instructor. In 2013, Jennah began her career with Embry-Riddle, and in her 7-year tenure with the College of Aviation, she has served as an Associate Professor and Chair of the Air Traffic Management Program, and most recently as the Department Chair of Applied Aviation Sciences. In recent years, Jannah’s research areas have included aviation stress management, unmanned traffic management, UAS, flight training as well as teaching and learning.