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We spark creativity and empowerment in women with drone technology.
Women Who Drone® is an online platform and female drone pilot community that inspires, educates, and empowers women and girls with drone technology.
Less than 6% of Certified Drone Pilots in the U.S. are women. Today, drone technology is being used as a tool not only in the creative industry, but also in the commercial, agricultural and architectural spaces. From capturing your next vacation and real estate content to inspecting crops and roofs, drones are here to stay and we are not going to let women fall behind in this new and evolving industry. While we inspire and educate all genders, we passionately advocate for women by providing inspiration, education and career opportunities in this growing field.
We inspire with our stories, content and community of women and mentors who are using drone technology around the world. We educate with drone programs including creative one on one lessons, workshops, online courses and school curriculum that teaches people about drone technology, safety and regulations. And we empower with a global network of like minded individuals and prospective career opportunities including our partnership with Getty Images where our community is monetizing their aerial content globally and our growing job board and pilot network of talented and diverse certified drone pilots.
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Elena Buenrostro is a Certified Drone pilot, Video Producer and the founder of Women Who Drone, an online platform and community that inspires, educates and empowers women and girls with drone technology. Elena's drone journey began on the Great Wall of China where she captured it with her drone. From there, she discovered a whole new perspective and passion for aerial photography and videography.
What started out as a curiosity turned into a hobby and now career and passion. Elena's drone work has been featured in The Washington post, Fast Company, DJI, The Verge, FierceMitu, Drone Life and many more publications.