Ms. Lee Brewster
Lee’s career started in an FAA Part 147 school, where she was active in career advisement and compliance. Lee was a founder of and served as the727 Executive Director of NCATT, which evolved into the ASTM NCATT Certifications and is now recognized as an alternate means of compliance for obtaining the FAA Repairman’s certificate. Her career found a natural progression to FlightSafety International as the Product Sales Manager for the DFW Center’s maintenance training. Her responsibilities encompassed the full line of Falcon Jets, Gulfstreams, and Pilatus aircraft, along with Honeywell’s engines and avionics, and the Pratt & Whitney Canada engine line. Prior to Thoroughbred Aviation, Lee was the VP of Marketing & Engagement at ATP, an aviation software company specializing in technical publications, maintenance management, operations/flight scheduling, and inventory control.
Lee is an active member of the Tarrant County College Aviation Advisory Board, International Aviation Womens Association (IAWA), and the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Maintenance Committee, where she serves in a leadership position as the secretary and co-chair of the NBAA Maintenance Conference.
Her free time sees her enjoying her children and their various activities, which keep her and her husband on a football field or sports arena somewhere all across the state of Texas.