AviationEd is an organization of aviation and educational professionals committed to inspiring the next generation to pursue higher education and aviation careers. The organization accomplishes its mission with school enrichment, camp programs, and special events. AviationEd, Inc. currently serves students in Prince William County schools, Loudoun County schools, Fairfax County schools, and schools in the District of Columbia.
Jacqueline R. Sulton, M.A., Founder
Jacqueline R. Sulton began her teaching career as a Teach For America corps member in Los Angeles, California with a class of fourth-graders. After Sulton relocated to Oakland, she continued her career as a science teacher for grades K-5. Throughout her career, Sulton has supported renowned charitable organizations through service with Americorps and Goodwill Industries. As a Director of Program Development, she was responsible for drafting policies, procedures, and curricula. Sulton holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Marquette university and a Masters degree in Elementary Education from Loyola Marymount University. She continues to support teachers through evaluations at Pepperdine University’s Teaching Credential program.
James E. Sulton, III, Ed.D., Founder
Prior to assuming roles with the Federal Aviation Administration and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Dr. Sulton was the Principal of Oakland Aviation High School, an adjunct professor at Alameda Community College, and a Flight Service Specialist for Lockheed Martin Corporation. Dr. Sulton holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Studies and a Master’s of Science in Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He received a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy from Pepperdine University in 2008 at the age of twenty-six. He has expertise in aviation weather, safety, communications, air traffic control, and has distinguished himself as a scholar, educator, and philanthropist.