Aircraft Manager, Clay Lacy Aviation
Jordan Scales’ original dream was to become a pilot. As fate would have it, this would be a short-lived dream, and he retired from the university’s flight program after his first semester. He decided instead to apply his prowess in customer service with his passion for aviation and pursue a degree in Aviation Management. A summer internship before his junior year solidified his love for business aviation.
“The most rewarding aspect of my career has been the student advocacy initiatives I’ve participated in over the years,” Scales said. “Unfortunately, students are often unaware of the plethora of career opportunities within business aviation. I’m a product of dedicated mentorship, and I mentor several students and young professionals myself – I take this responsibility very seriously.”