Friday, June 9, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM CDT
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CBC High School 
1850 De La Salle Dr
St. Louis, MO, MO 63141

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Roger P. Mollman 

Aviation Legislative Forum 


Please join us to hear our panel from NBAA, AOPA, NATA, and EAA present our audience with information and viewpoints on FAA Reauthorization and other issues.

Networking will begin at 1800 with dinner served at 1830. Panel discussion begins at 1900.

Richard J. Doubrava, Vice President, Government Affairs

Richard J. Doubrava, vice president, government affairs for the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), is responsible for developing and representing NBAA’s legislative and regulatory positions before Congress and executive agencies. Prior to joining NBAA in 2004, Doubrava was a senior associate with the DC-based federal affairs consulting firm, Carmen Group, Inc., advising clients on aviation and homeland security issues. During his extensive career in aviation and aviation security arenas, he has previously served in senior government relations and regulatory affairs positions with Delta Air Lines in both Washington, DC, and Atlanta, GA, as well as with Airlines for America (A4A), the DC-based airline trade association.


Scott Verstandig, Senior Director of Legislative Affairs 

Scott is responsible for representing AOPA’s legislative positions in both the House and Senate.  Prior to joining AOPA in 2009, Scott spent 8 years as a political appointee at the U.S. Department of Energy during President George W. Bush’s Administration.  From 2003 – 2009, Scott was the Senior Policy Advisor to the Director of the Office of Legacy Management.  From 2001-2003, Scott served as the Special Assistant to the Director of the Office of Worker and Community Transition.  Before joining the Bush Administration, Scott worked on the Senate Commerce, Science and  Transportation Committee’s Aviation Subcommittee from 1994 to 2001. 


Rebecca Mulholland, Director of Legislative Affairs

Rebecca Mulholland represents the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) on Capitol Hill and oversees the association’s executive operations. Mulholland joined NATA in 2007 and has been successively promoted to her current position of Chief of Staff and Director of Legislative Affairs. In addition to her work on Capitol Hill, Rebecca is responsible for the association’s compliance with the rules and regulations relating to election law and lobbying activities.  Mulholland is personally interested in aviation and has nearly 50 hours of flight time.


Sean Elliott - Vice President, Advocacy & Safety

Sean joined the EAA staff in April 1996 and has been Vice President of Advocacy and Safety since December 2010.  With this responsibility, he manages EAA’s government affairs offices at both EAA headquarters and in Washington, D.C.  He is responsible for reviewing and analyzing government policy on the federal, state, and local levels that affect recreational aviation, as well as advocacy for EAA members and private individuals who build and fly aircraft for recreation.

Sean is a pilot and instructor in most of EAA’s vintage and experimental fleet. Sean’s credentials include holding an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate, FAA Aviation Safety Counselor designation, over 8,200 hours of Pilot in Command time, and over 5,500 hours of dual instruction given. He holds CFI, CFII, CFMEI, Gold Seal, AGI,and IGI.