Kimberly Perkins is among the 2% of pilots in the United States – a female captain. She’s a Captain on a Gulfstream 650 based in Seattle, WA and has piloted jets on six continents. After living in Nigeria for two years, she started a non-profit called Aviation for Humanity. They use the traveling public to bring school supplies to children in underfunded schools, shelters and orphanages around the world. Hear more about Kimberly’s nonprofit as well as her thoughts on gender parity and equity initiatives in aviation. Listen HERE
Kimberly Perkins is an international Captain flying a Gulfstream 650. She is amongst only 2% of all pilots in the United States – a female Captain. Through her published works and public speaking, she is an outspoken leader on diversity and inclusivity, cognitive science and aviation safety. Her lived experiences and research has fueled her passion as a staunch advocate for implementing cognitive science research into aviation safety systems.