US Airways - October 2013 - (Page 136)

Window or Aisle? engage chatting with a Frequent Flyer As chief revenue and marketing officer for the American cancer society, Lin mac master has spent a career on the road — always for a good cause. tell us what you do for the American cancer Society. Like everybody else at the American Cancer Society, I am one-hundred-percent dedicated to finishing the fight against cancer. My role is to guide our marketing and fund-raising strategy so that more people will know, understand, and get involved in the lifesaving work we do. What do you enjoy most about your job? Lin’s travel tip: I love the people and the lives we touch. From HAving tHe cutting-edge research to local support services, rigHt LuggAge we’re making a direct impact on families mAkeS ALL tHe DiFFerence. facing cancer in many different ways. I feel i cAn trAveL like I have the greatest job in the world. As a For tWo WeekS breast cancer survivor it’s an honor to work for WitH juSt my roLLing this organization. SuitcASe AnD How often do you travel for your job? An ADDitionAL I spend quite a bit of time in airports. I’m bAckpAck. be pink with US ✈ 136 Do you have a favorite airport? I have a couple of favorites. Minneapolis because it’s so easy to get in and out of. My second favorite is Atlanta, because there’s great shopping if there’s a delay. Do you enjoy traveling? I’ve always enjoyed it just as much as I enjoy my job. The airport is like a second home to me. Who would you like to sit next to on a flight? Winston Churchill because he was a brilliant statesman, was charismatic, and essentially saved the free world. Window or aisle? The aisle because I’m a control freak, but also because it’s important to get up and walk around. Are you a uS Airways frequent flyer with an interesting story to tell? email us! @uSAirwaysmag october 2013 photo courtesy of the AmericAn cAncer society you may notice that our employees have added a splash of color to their uniforms in honor of national Breast cancer Awareness month. it’s all part of our Be pinK campaign, a partnership with the American cancer society’s making strides Against Breast cancer. to get your Be pinK gear today, visit our company store online at and click on the Be pinK category. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to making strides Against Breast cancer. probably traveling about fifty to sixty percent of the time. I travel frequently to DC, New York, and LA, as well as to our eleven divisions across the country. A few weeks ago I was in Tampa, Austin, Birmingham, and Minneapolis in five days.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of US Airways - October 2013

Table of Contents
CEO Letter
From the Editor
Did You Know?
Making It Happen
Hot Spots: Top Spas at Top Resorts
Wine & Dine: Mail-Order BBQ
Wine & Dine: Hard Cider
Golf: The TOURAcademy at TPC Sawgrass
Adventure: P.F. Chang's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon
Style Spotlight: School Colors
Diversions: City Ghost Tours
Gear Up: Just for Sports Fans
Down to Business: Columbus, Ohio
Chefs Tell: Smith & Wollensky
Charlotte USA
Travel Feature: Maui
US Airways: BE PINK Campaign
Down to Business: IPNav
Going the Extra Block: Philadelphia Neighborhoods
University Spotlight: University of Dayton
Best of Health: Miami Beach Foot and Ankle Surgery
Best of Living: Eagles Nest
Great Dates
Readers Resource Index
Your US Airways Guide
Video Entertainment
Audio Entertainment
U.S. and Caribbean Service Map
International Service Map
Airport Terminal Maps
US Airways Fleet/Customs & Immigration
Passenger Info/Contact US Airways
US Airways MarketPlace®
Window or Aisle?

US Airways - October 2013