From the Wright brothers’ sister Katherine to Gladys Poole, the first licensed female pilot in Georgia, women have played a pivotal role in aviation. Despite facing dangers and gender barriers, these pioneers soared into history. Poole secretly trained to fly in the male-dominated 1920s, performing in aerial shows. Evelyn Greenblatt Howren served in WWII as part of the Women’s Airforce Service Pilots. Janet Harmon Bragg, a Black aviator, confronted racial prejudice to obtain a commercial pilot’s license.