Whitney received her B.A. in English, Mathematics, and Philosophy from Vanderbilt University. After graduating, she worked as an investment banking analyst for Wells Fargo Securities’ Aerospace and Defense Group. In that role, she provided financial and strategic advisory services for aerospace, defense, and government services companies by monitoring market and industry trends, evaluating competitive dynamics, and assessing the intrinsic value, pro forma valuation, and credit impact associated with various M&A and capital markets transactions. Whitney went on to pursue her Ph.D. in Philosophy at Duke University, where she wrote her dissertation on the influence of emotion on judgment and taught undergraduate courses on logic and applied ethics.
At Aviation Safety Technologies, Whitney focuses on business development and carrier client service, working with airlines to ensure that they receive the maximum value from the SafeLand and SafeScan reporting systems. She supports new clients throughout the implementation process and helps established clients reduce costs and inefficiencies by leveraging airport surface condition data to its fullest potential.