Dr. Tulinda Larsen
Dr. Tulinda Larsen is a NEXA principal, and is currently researching the commercial drone market after having spent 40 years in analyzing commercial aviation. Her drone work includes applying economic principles and modeling to understanding the drone market. Economic analysis provides insight into how markets operate, and offers methods for attempting to predict future market behavior in response to events, trends and cycles. Dr. Larsen is a private pilot, President (2016) of the International Aviation Club, past-President (2001) of the Aero Club of Washington DC, member Board of Directors, Royal Aeronautical Society, member International Aviation Womens Association, member Women in Commercial Drones, Member AUVSI, Member RTCA and served as Chairman, Regional Aviation Subcommittee, Transportation Research Board, National Academies 1995-2007. She holds a BA and MA in Economics from the George Washington University and her doctorate in Management from University of Maryland UC. She is an Adjunct Professor in the Business School, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU). She holds a Doctorate in Management from the University of Maryland University College, a Master’s Degree in Economics, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from The George Washington University. Additionally, she holds a Part 107 Remote Pilot license and a private pilot’s license.