Lindsey Dreiling has spent over 15 years immersed in aviation. She earned Bachelors' degrees in Professional Piloting and Aviation Technology Management; as well as, a Master's in Counseling and Student Development from Kansas State University. Lindsey currently heads partnership development with the goal of broadening access for underrepresented groups in aviation for Kansas State University as the Executive Director of Aviation Strategy.
Lindsey is an instrument rated, commercial fixed-wing pilot, certified flight instructor (CFII) and a multi-engine instructor (MEI). Lindsey also holds a small UAS remote pilot certificate for drone operations.
During her time at KDOT and as President of the Kansas Commission on Aerospace Education, she developed a national award-winning outreach program to educate the public about aviation and grow understanding for the UAS industry.
Trever Linn currently serves as the Director of Airspace Integration for Iris Automation where he coordinates a team of policy and regulation experts focused on Detect and Avoid technology for UAS. He is a (ASEL/AMEL) Commercial Pilot, Certified Flight Instructor - Instrument (CFII), and active Representative with the Wichita (FAASTeam) with over 5 years of industry experience. Trever holds Bachelors' in Molecular and Cellular Developmental Biology (MCDB) from the University of Colorado and Aeronautical Technology from Kansas State University.
Darrell Linenberger is retired and living at Sunset Airpark, a private grass runway Southeast of Topeka Kansas. He was a pilot / trooper for the Kansas Highway Patrol for 28 years retiring in 2007. As a member of the Kansas Army National Guard he was deployed to Bosnia Herzegovina as a Med-evac helicopter pilot in 1999, Iraq in 2007 and Afghanistan in 2011 as a reconnaissance pilot. He retired from the Guard in 2014 after 40 years of service. Darrell holds an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate and instructor certificate (CFII) for single engine land, multi-engine land and helicopter. He has been married to his wife Ronda for 45 years, they have two children and 4 grandchildren who he loves giving rides in his 1945 Aeronca Champ.
George Laliberte is currently a part-time airport consultant with Olsson Associates. He is a retired Air Force officer with over 27 years of service. Following his military career, he spent 14 years in the KDOT Division of Aviation as the Deputy Director, retiring in 2015. He holds a FAA certificate as a Private Pilot, and is a proud owner of a 1965 Alon A2 Aircoupe. He and his wife, Veronica, enjoy travelling and have two adult children and one grandchild.
Logan Falletti planned and executed the 2019 Air Tour, heads the Kansas Airport Improvement Program (KAIP) for KDOT, and manages the state’s 5010 Airport Safety Inspection program. Logan encourages the growth of a holistic airport system with an emphasis on careful planning, world-class technology, and intentional spending to cement Kansas’ place as the Air Capital of the World. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations from Kansas State University, with a personal interest in rural sociology. She is originally from Frontenac, KS.