“WE HAVE COME FACE TO FACE WITH THE ESSENTIAL PROBLEM OF HOW TO USE MAN’S CREATIONS FOR THE BENEFIT OF MAN HIMSELF”

Charles Lindbergh in Spirit of St. Louis

Lindbergh For The 21st Century

The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation furthers the pioneering legacy of Charles and Anne by promoting innovation in the technology and uses of flight, while honoring the Lindberghs’ unique emphasis on balance.

The Lindbergh Foundation was founded in 1977 by Neil Armstrong, General James Doolittle, Sir Edmund Hillary and other friends of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh. It has a rich pedigree in aviation, and a strong track record of supporting innovators. It is governed by a board that consists of prominent names in aerospace.

Board Of Directors

John Petersen

Chairman
Founder, The Arlington Institute

Reeve Lindbergh

Honarary Chairwoman
Author

Gregg Maryniak

Vice Chairman
Chairman, Energy and Environmental Systems at Singularity University and Secretary at the XPRIZE Foundation

Walt Driggers

Vice President, Tranzon Driggers

Thomas Lee

Vice President, Innovation Trends, Partnerships & Marketing, Safran

Erik Lindbergh

President, VerdeGo Aero

Lars Lindbergh

President, Tiny Houses Inc

Michael Parfit

Owner, Mountainside Films

Judith Schiff

Chief Research Archivist, Yale University Library

Steve Smith

Former NASA Astronaut

Sean Tucker

Founder, Tutima Academy of Aviation Safety

Dr. Susan Ying

Vice President of Technology Strategy & International Relations, Ampaire
President, International Council of Aeronautical Sciences