Never underestimate the power of a woman! Judy Feinstein, one of the first female pilots, talks about her experience learning to fly like the guys!
In her 77 years of life, aviation has always been a main focus for Judy. Flying gave her the independence and ego to do many things in life. Along with being a female pilot, Judy worked as an occupational technician, ran air races and wrote curriculum for vocational trade books.
Currently, Judy is working in the antique business. As an employee, Judy refers to herself as "a jack of all trades". She has 3 wonderful children and 2 granddaughters. Judy has no intention to stop working, socializing or keeping up with her children and grandchildren any time soon! Her motto in life: "If you stop, you get stale".