Catherine Brand received an Honorable Mention for the #NonRevSpiritAward (2018 spring semester). She’s a Missouri State University student majoring in International Business Management and minoring in German. The daughter of an American Airlines employee, Catherine grew up traveling internationally, and after few short days in Munich decided to become bilingual.
Gracey Higman received an Honorable Mention for the #NonRevSpiritAward (2018 spring semester). She grew up in the American Airlines family thanks to her father’s position as a pilot. She’s now studying Elementary Education at Northern Arizona University! Besides an obvious passion for the #NonRevLife, Gracey loves giving back to her community by caring for its children.
Elayne Ingram is a winner of the $750 #NonRevSpiritAward for the 2018 spring semester. She’s the daughter of an Alaska Airlines employee and is a Kinesiology and French major (Music minor) at Gonzaga University. A hard worker from the beginning, Elayne became a tutor, teacher and sometimes designated parent #3 to herself and two younger homeschooled siblings growing up.
Joseph Smittick is a winner of the $750 #NonRevSpiritAward for the 2018 spring semester. He’s a Biomedical Sciences student at Oakwood University who not only travels the world for his own non-rev enjoyment, but travels to give back in places like the Dominican Republic, South Africa, and Costa Rica. The son of a Frontier Airlines employee, Joseph spent his homeschool years (until the 4th grade) utilizing the world as his field trip and textbook.
Ashley Seiderman is our $1,500 #NonRevSpiritAward 2018 spring semester winner. The daughter of an American Airlines (formerly US Airways) flight attendant, Ashley is a Clemson University student majoring in Architecture and minoring in Sustainability. Growing up in an aviation-passionate family, the #NonRevLife allowed Ashley not only to see the world but to discover and chase her dreams.
We here at ID90 Travel love what we do. Sure, it’s super gratifying helping a well-deserving community save a ton on travel, but it’s much deeper than that. It’s stories like Freddy’s where we get weak in the knees, a little bit weepy, and say “This. This is why.” Freddy reached out to us the other day to share this super sweet story about his family’s adoption of a new member, and we about tripped over ourselves asking if we could share it as well
If you haven’t heard (or read), please allow us to be completely transparent with you for a moment… *Sigh* Here it goes. We’ve got the best Brand Ambassadors on this planet. There. We said it! Now you know everything. Phew, it feels good to get that off our chest! It’s been talked about all over our social media channels for a minute now, so we thought we’d just go ahead and address those positive accusations firsthand.
Humblebrag moment… we’ve got the absolute best Brand Ambassadors on this entire planet. We just do. We’ve got no shame in saying it! And seriously, after you read this blog about Interliner A-Team member, Julie (even if you haven’t read our other Brand Ambassador features), you’ll totally agree and know exactly why we say that.
We absolutely love being a part of the airline community. It’s one of the most vibrant, servant-hearted, loving communities on this planet. Which is why we’re more than eager to give back. One of the ways in which we hope to do so is by supporting the dependents of our airline employees through scholarship!
We’ve teased you about it, and now it’s here! Welcome to the next installation of our Brand Ambassador introduction series. This time you’ll get to meet the lovely, the beautiful, the incredibly fun-loving Megan Elizabeth! She’s just a bundle of wonderfulness and grace (honestly we’re surprised she hasn’t become Miss United States), and we very literally cannot wait a single moment more not to share her with you all.