Podcast: YoPros Step Up During National Volunteer Week

April 19, 2021

In recognition of National Volunteer Week (April 18-24), four of business aviation’s young professionals (YoPros) discuss the importance of volunteering in their communities, how they’ve found ways to give back in spite of the pandemic and how they’ve seen others go above and beyond throughout the past year. “It was inspiring to see what everyone was doing,” said Samantha Lohse with Corporate Angel Network. “It ranged from donating dog and cat food to local animal shelters, to cleaning up trash near neighborhoods, to starting fundraisers for non-profits.”

In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:

  • Ashley Granada, marketing coordinator, Reliance Aviation
  • Samantha Lohse, director of programs and services, Corporate Angel Network
  • Ian Lumpp, publisher, Business Air and Aviators Hotline
  • Jeremy Newland, assistant director of maintenance, Air7

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