Field Director: Cameron Dunlap
Email Cameron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Cameron: 607-936-2200
Cameron Dunlap is a Serial Entrepreneur in the field of Real Estate with numerous businesses falling into the 2 core areas of 1. Asset Management and 2. Consulting, funding, software and data services for Real Estate Investors.
He has been an avid Pilot since 1989 and has owned and flown numerous aircraft over the years. He has more than 3000 hours with numerous ratings including Private, Multi, Instrument, SES and a Jet Type Rating.
He enjoys Seaplane flying from Keuka Lake in Hammondsport, NY, which happens to be Glenn H. Curtiss’s hometown. As a result of Curtiss’s many contributions to early aviation, Hammondsport is known as the birthplace of Naval Aviation.
He serves on the Board of Directors at the Curtiss Museum and organizes and runs the Curtiss Museum’s Seaplane Homecoming each year on the 2nd weekend following Labor Day.
Field Director: Steve Kent
Email Steve: email@example.com
Call Steve: 914-202-5506
Steve Kent is the Northeast Regional Sales Director for Textron Aviation. He is responsible for the sales and marketing of the Beechcraft and Cessna lines of piston aircraft in New York, New England, and Eastern Canada.
Steve started his 21 year career with Textron Aviation as an Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic with Inspection Authorization.
He is very active 6500+ hour ATP Land and Sea and Commercial Multi-land pilot with Instrument priviledges. He has conducted over 1300 demonstration flights (including 50 in seaplanes), but is proudest of sharing the excitement of a first flight with over 130 EAA Young Eagles,
Steve and his family reside in the lower Hudson Valley in New York along with Lake George, NY in the summers.
New York Field Director: Chris Wall
Email Chris: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Chris: 585-653-8521
Chris Wall is technology visionary and trusted technology adviser to many of the largest companies in Upstate NY. He is also a real estate investor, and on the Board of SPOT cowork.
He has a deep passion for aviation, earning his pilot’s license in 1997 and setting the record at the time for the youngest pilots to fly around the world in 2000 in a 1957 Aero Commander that they restored. World Flight 2000 was shared with millions of kids around the world through their website, and stops at schools during their journey.
He has more than 2000 hours with numerous ratings including Commercial Multi Land and Sea with Instrument Privileges along with a L-39 Type Rating. He is also an A&P Mechanic with Inspection Authorization.
He enjoys flying his Cessna 180 on floats from Irondequoit Bay near Rochester, NY to destinations all over the Northeast in the summer. In the winter the plane is on skis and he enjoys the adventure of landing on frozen lakes.