Emily Dziedzic


Daniel Webster College
Master of Business Administration, Applied Aviation, 2010

Bridgewater State College
Bachelor of Science, Aviation Management, 2006
Minor, Mathematics

Certifcations and Ratings
Private Pilot Certificate—Airplane, single-engine land

Ms. Dziedzic has over 8 years of experience in the aviation field.  She has held several jobs within the aviation industry.

During an internship with Amity Flight School, Ms. Dziedzic was given an introduction to flight instruction operations under Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Part 61, as well as general aviation airport procedures.  In addition, Ms. Dziedzic interned with Sentient Jet, a private jet membership corporation, where she acted as a flight tracking representative and was responsible for the accuracy and timely execution of scheduled flights operating under 14 CFR Part 135.  Her duties included hourly consistency checks to guarantee companywide situational awareness, correct catering, and ground set‑ups for origin and destination.

Ms. Dziedzic continued her aviation career after graduation by becoming a seasonal operations specialist at Nantucket Memorial Airport.  She was responsible for ensuring compliance with all airport rules and regulations, guaranteeing personal and public safety, and maintaining safe operation of ground equipment.  This opportunity helped Ms. Dziedzic gain an understanding of airport operations, including general aviation and commercial airlines, and 14 CFR Parts 91, 135, and 121.  The scope of her job included, but was not limited to, guest services, aircraft fueling, airport security, ground transportation, and catering services.

In 2007, Ms. Dziedzic was hired by Regal Aviation Insurance as a customer service representative.  For this position, Ms. Dziedzic obtained her Property and Casualty Insurance License from the state of Oregon.  As a licensed insurance agent, Ms. Dziedzic was responsible for managing 475 insurance policies, ranging from pleasure and business accounts to commercial accounts.  In doing so, Ms. Dziedzic put her aviation knowledge and customer service skills to good use by providing an exemplary level of customer service to her clients.  In addition, she played an integral role in developing a marketing program to target new clients; handled front desk responsibilities; and trained new customer service representatives.

Ms. Dziedzic joined the PAI team in July 2010 as an aviation analyst and served as Deputy Director of Industry Affairs from 2012 to 2013.  She uses her industry experience to support projects conducted by the Federal Aviation Administration, which include rulemaking and investment analysis.  In addition, she provides meeting support for various committees, conducts aviation-related research, and leads with special projects.