The Leadership Council of the Frontiers of Flight Museum is a group of prominent and active business and community leaders who provide key insight and methodology that supports and sustains the mission and programs of one of the leading air and space museums in the nation.
To support the mission and programs of the Frontiers of Flight Museum
Leadership Council members shall be members of the community that agree to lend their support, experience and expertise to the Museum. Members may be former board members, supporters and community leaders.
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Serve as an advocate for FOFM in the community
• Offer advice, counsel and other support for Museum programs
• Support Frontiers of Flight fundraising programs
• Attend no more than two meetings per year
LEADERSHIP COUNCIL CORPORATE PRESENTING SPONSOR
Dallas Airmotive Inc. is a market-leading independent, OEM-authorized provider of repair and overhaul services for turbine engines used in business and general aviation, military, government and regional airline aircraft. Founded at Dallas Love Field in 1932, Dallas Airmotive has played a significant role in the development of aviation across north Texas and throughout the globe. With our roots in Texas, it is an honor to support the activities of the Frontiers of Flight Museum as it promotes science, technology, engineering and mathematics to our youth and the history, achievements, and contribution of the aerospace industry across our community.
U.S. Rep. Rafael Anchia
Mary Anne Cree
Joe Dealey, Jr
C. V. Glines
Kay Bailey Hutchison
U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson
U.S. Rep. Sam Johnson
Veletta Forsythe Lill
H. Ross Perot, Jr.
Larry Sall Ph.D.
U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions
Mary Ann Weber