Erickson’s Webinars provide invaluable content from aerospace industry thought leaders.
Join us at one or more of our sessions below.
Lyn Burks, Rotorcraft Pro
Lyn is the editor in chief/owner of Rotorcraft Pro Magazine as well as a 29-year working helicopter pilot currently flying the AW169. Lyn has had the privilege of serving others in previous capacities such as a U.S. Marine, a firefighter, and a missionary working in Haiti and Central America.
Jeffrey Baxter, Sr. Director of Research & Product Development
Jeff Baxter is the Senior Director of Research and Development and responsible for new products to retrofit onto the existing fleet of aircraft, as well as the evaluation and incorporation of new technologies into our overall product offering.
Mark Cooper, VP of Global Sustainment
Mark Cooper joined Erickson in March 2014 in a business development role for MRO and Flight Operations. In September of 2015, Mark assumed the role of Senior Director for Business Operations for Erickson’s Defense & National Security (DNS) business unit. Mr. Cooper has direct responsibility for DNS contracts and contract performance worldwide.
Jeff Mecklenberg, VP of Aerosystems
Jeff Mecklenburg joined Erickson in October of 1997. His background includes experience in production, certification, engineering, and quality. He is currently responsible for the AeroSystems Operations that include: Aircraft Repair and Modification, Component Repair and Overhaul, Manufacturing, Composite Main Rotor Blade Manufacturing, Engineering, Program Management, and Facilities Maintenance.
Erick Nodland, VP of Aviation Center of Excellence
Erick Nodland has 35 years of aviation experience in diverse environments, currently serving as Vice President of Aviation Center of Excellence, responsible for program management across Erickson Aviation operations.
Paul Baxter, Director of Engineering
Paul Baxter is the Director of Engineering and responsible for providing engineering support for the Erickson type certificate portfolio, including the S-64, JFTD-12, and Bell 214. Paul has a background in operations management and has worked in manufacturing at Bell Helicopters and Nike. Paul also served as an engineer officer in the US Army with multiple combat deployments in Afghanistan.