Mom-Mongul • Travel Expert • Flight Attendant Career Coach • Adventure Enthusiast
Hi, I'm Abbie.
To say adventure runs through my veins might sound cheesy, but it’s true. As a kid, I would look skyward and dream about a future where I got to travel for a living. In 2006, I landed my dream job as a flight attendant for United. I remember the day I earned my wings like it was yesterday - pure magic! Working in an office 30,000 feet above the ground was the ultimate dream come true.
When I met my husband Jason, who also works in the airline industry, we instantly bonded over a shared love of adventure and travel. We also shared a desire to start a family. And while my career adventures eventually took me from United to Continental Airlines to PSA Airlines, ultimately, I decided to ground my career to raise my 3 young children.
And while today, my office is at sea level in Edisto Beach, South Carolina, my passion for helping other women’s careers take flight remains high in the sky. Since founding Flight Attendant Career Connection in 2013, I’ve successfully supported, mentored, trained, coached, and/or inspired thousands of aspiring flight attendants to land their dream jobs at 30,000 feet.
About Flight Attendant Career Connection
In 2013, I wrote my best selling book Looking Skyward: Turn Your Flight Attendant Dreams into Reality and launched my Flight Attendant Career Connection Facebook group. Since then, the book has elevated thousands of careers and the Facebook group has over 60,000 active members. My best selling book Make Money With Facebook Groups followed.
In 2015, I developed my proven flight attendant interview coaching system that has helped countless aspiring flight attendants land their dream job with airlines of all sizes including Delta, United, Southwest, jetBlue, Envoy, Alaska, PSA Airlines, Skywest, and more.
Today, Flight Attendant Career Connection offers both free resources and paying programs to support the dreams of my fellow adventure enthusiasts, travel junkies, and aspiring flight attendants. And while the flight attendant career isn’t for everyone (this job is full of days that are hard and long and stressful, people yell at you, and you WILL miss your family), if this career is for you, none of that matters and you wouldn’t have life be any other way. So let’s get you on the fast track to living your dreams at 30,000 feet.
Fly safe and keep looking skyward!