The New Orleans chapter of the 99s hosted the international conference. Pilots from New Zealand, Canada, Germany, and all over the US attended. The seminars included a WINGS credit training in hypoxia, Elizabeth Street-Ely on how to use Foreflight to plan flights, meteorologist Major Kaitlyn Woods who flies in the WC130J to gather weather data, Continental Motors to show us how to care for our engines, Brett Stoeffel to emphasize safety training, among others. The tours highlighted the culture and history of New Orleans. Great thanks to the New Orleans chapter for a great job.
Elizabeth Hawley served as secretary and past president of the Wichita Falls chapter of the 99s. She established this Web site in 2011 and has administered it since then. She donated her Cherokee 180 to a non-profit aviation school, the GIFT, and now flies a Bonanza and a Luscombe with her husband.