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The NBAA has announced that pilot, flight instructor and attorney Kali Hague has been appointed to the association's board of directors as its Young Professional Director. Her three-year term runs through April 2024.
“NBAA is pleased to welcome Kali to the board,” says NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen. “Her professionalism and passion will benefit the association and the business aviation community.”
Hague is a partner at Jetlaw, where she advises clients in the US and internationally on all aspects of aviation law. She represents Fortune 500 companies, business leaders and some of the largest charter operators in the world. Hague also co-authors Jetlaw's FAR/AIM Explained book series and is a frequent speaker at industry events.
She also co-presents Jetlaw's NBAA-approved Professional Development Programs with former NBAA Advisory Council member Kent Jackson and speaks throughout the US on best practices in FAA, US Department of Transportation (DOT) and IRS regulatory compliance and human resources in flight departments.
Hague focuses her aviation law practice on supporting the legal needs of flight departments and air carriers, representing clients in aviation mergers and acquisitions, airport law matters and FAA, DOT and IRS regulatory compliance.
Prior to joining Jetlaw, Hague worked in-house for a Part 135 charter operator and aerial mapping operation. She gained experience in airport operations and management while working for the Salina Airport Authority.
In 2018, NBAA recognised Hague as one of its Top 40 Under 40 in Business Aviation award recipients. She also is a member of NBAA's Young Professionals Council.