JetSuite’s president is featured on the magazine’s cover tracking her career from ramp agent to Mary Kay sales star before entering private aviation, and leadership lessons learned
“Stephanie, often the only woman and minority in the room, is the first African American president of a private aviation company in an industry in which black people remain an infinitesimal percentage of the aviation workforce.”
The September issue of Aviation for Women, the official publication of Women in Aviation International, features Dallas-based charter operator’s president on its cover with a feature story, “Just Do It: Leadership Lessons from JetSuite’s Stephanie Chung.”
As JetSuite gets ready to celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2019, it continues a year of big announcements with the appointment of Chung as its president
JetSuite, Inc., a leading operator of private jets and marketer of jet cards has appointed Stephanie Chung as President, effective immediately. According to a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons, she is an aviation veteran with more than 30 years of experience in commercial and business aviation. In her new position, Chung will oversee all aspects of the company including sales, marketing, revenue management, performance, and guest services for the brand. This appointment makes Chung the first African American and African American female to lead a major private business aviation company.