Donna Miller

Donna Miller

I am currently a pilot on the Airbus A-320 aircraft. My aviation experience spans years, countries and aircraft. My flying career first took wing in South Korea where I earned my private license while working as a civilian for the Air Force. I have since flown cargo, passengers, skydivers, professional sports teams, air ambulance and charter flights worldwide. In addition, I was fortunate enough to assist Captain Elrey Jeppesen in organizing his personal memorabilia for the Denver International Airport terminal which bears his name, and continued as his personal assistant until his death in 1996. In 2003, I was selected to represent Colorado, carrying the state flag to Kitty Hawk, NC as part of the Experimental Aircraft Association’s 50 Flags to Kitty Hawk celebration. I had the honor of flying Neil Armstrong to Kitty Hawk for the centennial of flight celebration later that year. I am active in general aviation and is currently serving her 20th year as the secretary of the Mile High Wing of the OX-5 Aviation Pioneers. I also serve on the Westminster College Aviation Advisory Board in Salt Lake City. I hold a BA in Business Administration and Economics with a certificate in International Management from Westminster College and a Master of Science in Business Administration from Boston University. I have been actively working with fearful flyers since 1990. When I'm not flying and traveling, I am training for my next marathon or riding my 1887 Penny Farthing.