Eduardo Galvan

Eduardo Galvan

President

Eduardo Galvan is a junior at Cal State LA serving as President of the CSULA AAAE Student Chapter. His passion for aviation began on an airplane at San Jose International Airport, his home airport. That airport’s renovation inspired his interest in airport planning. He’s fascinated by all things related to the future of aviation and how we’re going to prepare the industry for the projected growth. He’s excited to see how aviation-both commercial and general-will change in the coming years and hopes to be part of a team that prepares our existing infrastructure to carry larger passenger numbers more efficiently than ever.

Andrea Romero

Andrea Romero

Treasurer

Andrea Romero is a senior at California State University Los Angeles, about to complete her fourth year. She expects to graduate in Spring Quarter 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Administration. Andrea is currently an intern in the Airport Response Coordination Center at LAX and has received much exposure to Airport Operations and Emergency Management. She has also volunteered at several aviation events, most recently the renaming of El Monte Airport, and will also be volunteering at the upcoming Emergency Drill at BUR. She also attended the SWAAAE 54th Annual Airport Management Short Course in Monterey in January 2014. Andrea hopes to pursue a career either as a Flight Dispatcher or as a Superintendent of Operations with Los Angeles World Airports.

Lesly Morales

Lesly Morales

Public Relations Officer

Lesly Morales is currently a 3rd year student majoring in Aviation Administration. She is interested in airport operations, and after she graduates, she hopes to continue her involvement in this organization. Her first interests in airports were during middle school and high school career days at the local airport where she would learn all the different career opportunities they offered.

Laura Chamorro

Laura Chamorro

Student Relations Officer

Laura A. Chamorro is the Student Relations Officer for the CSULA AAAE Student Chapter 2014-2015.  Laura’s passion for aviation started when she was very young on a flight from Costa Rica to Florida, USA.   Growing up her interest and desire to learn more about airplanes and aviation grew as she did.
Laura started her higher education at Cypress College where in 2011 she obtained an Associate in Sciences Degree in their Flight Attendant program.  Laura also has obtained certificates in Basic Airline Customer Service and Travel and Tourism. While taking courses at Cypress College she received the distinct honor to be recognized on the Dean’s Honor Roll for the two years she attended.  She is now completing her Senior year and pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Administration from the California State University of Los Angeles. Laura is dedicated to the aviation industry and is eager to learn the many different aspects and sectors that may be available to her as a career path.

Event Coordinator Officer
Garnik Mikayelyan
Garnik Mikayelyan is a transfer student from MT. San Antonio College. He obtained his Aviation Science degree in pursuit in being an ATC.  Garnik is looking to become an Air Traffic Controller after he graduates from CSULA in spring 2016.  He would also like to get a feel of different fields in the aviation industry with Operations, Engineering, and Consulting.
Garnik is the Event Coordinator for the AAAE student Chapter at CSULA. Student member of SWAAAE and he was also able to go to his first conference in Monterey, CA.  Garnik enjoyed the conference very much and got to meet lot of great people from all over the aviation industry.

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American Association of Airport Executives Student Chapter at California State University Los Angeles Newsletter