2018 (press release)
ANNE BRIDGE BADDOUR
For her lifelong personal commitment to the advancement of all who pursue aviation careers and her tireless efforts in educating the aviation community and general public.
2017 (press release)
MAJOR CHRYSTINA JONES
For her commitment to encouraging women across the globe to pursue and succeed in aviation careers.
2016 (press release)
PRISCILLA (PAT) BLUM
For her dedication to establishing and developing the Corporate Angel Network, a public benefit aviation charity which coordinates, manages, and arranges free air travel on business jets for cancer patients who need transportation to and from their specialized life-saving treatment centers.
2015 (press release)
For dedicating over 28 years to advancing the state of the art in hypersonic propulsion systems and aerospace system fueling technology in addition to serving as a mentor for female engineers and students pursuing careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
2014 (press release)
For over 40 years of distinguished and historic contributions as one of the first female Naval Aviators, a pioneering research pilot, and a senior NASA technical leader.
2013 (press release) (photo album)
KIM DE GROH
For her tireless efforts and impact in mentoring young women for over two decades, and for her numerous technical achievements in the advancement of materials durability in the space environment.
MARY S. FEIK
For pioneering aviation maintenance during World War II and for her sixty-year aviation career promoting aerospace education and inspiring generations of youth.
2011 (press release) (photo album)
For a lifetime working in aviation, setting records, and mentoring young people; at 86, she is still flying and encouraging young pilots to attain their aviation goals.
2010 (press release) (photo album)
MSGT KIMBERLY L. MUHLECKE
For her expertise in the fields of physiology training, human performance training, altitude chamber training, endurance management, and U-2 pressure suit operations.