Corporate and Foundation Relations

Corporations and foundations offer unique and valuable perspectives to the cadet experience when they create partnerships with the Air Force Academy. The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations at the United States Air Force Academy Endowment works to facilitate mutually beneficial partnerships that ultimately further the ideals and core values of the United States Air Force Academy.

We develop partnerships by working to match your goals with those of specific programs at the Air Force Academy. In addition, we:

  • Serve as a liaison to the Air Force Academy faculty and staff
  • Coordinate opportunities to visit the Academy
  • Provide regular updates on the progress of the supported programs and initiatives
  • Offer public recognition of these commitments.

Opportunities for support are wide ranging:

  • Endowed chairs
  • Academic programs and research centers
  • Upgraded and state-of-the-art facilities and equipment
  • Cadet internships
  • Diversity initiatives.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss your goals and how they can mesh with the priorities of the Air Force Academy. Contact the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations to learn more:

Amy Kreidler, Director

Rebecca Barsetti, Assistant Director

Links of interest

Cyber at USAFA

The Center for Cyber Innovation will bring together a variety of problem solvers to design effective solutions.

Pratt & Whitney visit

A Pratt & Whitney vice president served as a guest lecturer on leadership, received updates on important aviation research projects and visited the Center for Character and Leadership Development.

Studying the profession of arms

Retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Christopher Miller has been chosen as the inaugural Helen & Arthur E. Johnson Chair for the Study of the Profession of Arms.

About us

The USAFA Endowment actively works to identify and to cultivate key relationships with current and potential Academy donors.

Cubic Partnership

Cubic is addressing cyber through its sponsorship of senior capstone projects, involvement with AF CyberWorx, and most recently, a $1 million gift .