Lori Brown has been affiliated with aerospace, since 1986. Passionate about diversity in STEM areas of education. She is a Professor and researcher at Western Michigan University, College of Aviation.
She serves as a Faculty Military Evaluator for America's Council on Education (ACE) for military aviation programs- Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, Air Force, Army, and the outreach chair for the ICAO Next Generation of Aviation Professionals (NGAP) outreach and a International Pilot Training Consortium IPTC Recruitment and Outreach Work stream member.
WMU Principle Investigator for The Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility and Sustainability (PEGASAS) - a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Center of Excellence for General Aviation. Weather Technologies
This year her work will be featured In the Singapore Airshow Aero Career Guide, World Aviation Training Conference WATS, The Probabilistic Safety Assessment & Management conference, Society for Light Treatment & Biological Rhythms, and the European Aviation Psychology Symposium , Also featured in several industry publications.
She is an Advisor to Nature Bright Company Her work has been featured in aviation fatigue documentaries, She is currently the principal investigator for research in Sweden looking at: THE EFFECTS OF LIGHT EXPOSURE ON FLIGHT CREW ALERTNESS LEVELS - funded by the Western Michigan University FRACAA award.
Funded by the WMU TDF Award Professor Brown and Ala Al-Fuqua are designing aviation applications for Bombardier aircraft systems.