Oklahoma
PILOTS
ASSOCIATION

MEETINGS

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OPA holds monthly dinner meetings the first Thursday of every month (with some exceptions; check our Calendar on this site) at the C.E. Page Building at Wiley Post Airport in Oklahoma City (see map at left).  Distinguished guest speakers present educational and safety related programs at the monthly dinner meetings.   Visitors are welcome!

Dinner is $13 per person and payable by cash or check at the door.  Social gathering starts at 6:30pm;  dinner is served at 7:00pm; presentation usually starts around 7:30pm. Dinner is not required.

Please email Roger Walton (below) with reservations.  Indicate if dinner is desired.


OPA hosts monthly FlyAways to interesting destinations for lunch or dinner and other activities.  We like to fly, and we like to eat!


Our meals catered by:

For RESERVATIONS and more information regarding monthly meetings contact:

Roger Walton

dinner@opa.link    Preferred (expect an auto reply),   

        OR

(405) 219-5149    (Please leave a message)

 

JUNE DINNER MEETING


Thursday - June 4th


Teresa Camp

Cessna 182 self-fly African Safari crossing through three countries!


Social 6:30 pm; Dinner 7:00 pm



Teresa Camp earned a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master's Degree in Business Administration. She started flying in the autumn of 2000 thinking it would make her a better engineer, but soon fell in love with the adventure associated with the lifelong idea of learning to fly. She holds a pilot certificate with ratings as instrument, single-engine land, and single-engine sea, and owns a Mooney M20J.

She has competed in 4 transcontinental air races and in the summer of 2019, completed a self-fly African Safari in a Cessna 182 crossing through 3 countries! She was born and raised in Southern California.

Teresa is a Special Projects Manager for Executive Transport at The Boeing Company. Before coming to Oklahoma in 2018, she worked at Pratt & Whitney (P&W) in Connecticut, developing advanced military engines for helicopters and fighter aircraft.

Prior to P&W, Teresa accumulated over 28 years of program management and engineering experience at Boeing both in Southern California and St. Louis. During that time, she worked many diverse projects including the US Army's modernization with robotics, the F/A-18 Super Hornet, F-15 Strike Eagle, AV-8B Harrier, T-45 Goshawk, Phantom Works, ICBM systems, and Trident/Poseidon submarines.



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