Ravi Chaudhary Class Of 1993

Biography

Dr. Ravi Chaudhary, Class of 1993, is the director of Advanced Programs and Innovation, Office of Commercial Space Transportation, at the Federal Aviation Administration. He has completed 21 years of service in the Air Force, and also serves as a member of the President's Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Dr. Chaudhary holds a doctorate from Georgetown University, an M.S. from St. Mary’s University as a NASA graduate fellow, an M.A. from Air University, and a B.S. from USAFA. He has logged over 3,000 hours as a pilot and flight test engineer in the Air Force (760 combat hours).

Candidacy Statement
It is with great pride that I submit my candidacy as a member of the Board of Directors for the AOG. Since my graduation from USAFA in 1993, I have dedicated myself to a career of service in the military and federal government. My experiences were made possible by my parents, and the promise of the American Dream when they immigrated to our nation in the 1960s. Our cadets continue to bring that same spirit of service and measure of devotion to our nation. I would be honored to support our cadets and our graduates as a member of the board.