Meet The Management Team
Founder, CEO, CTO
After obtaining his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Howard University, Safir Monroe worked at Delta Air Lines as a full-stack web developer. After landing a development contract with Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport, he combined his expertise in hardware, software and mechanical engineering to develop software that utilizes artificial intelligence and machine learning to revolutionize the travel industry.
Managing Director & Chief Global strategist
Senior Aviation, Travel & Tourism industry veteran, Ravin comes with over 30 years of highly successful leadership roles in representing, managing and business development for over 40 International Airlines. His expertise other than the Airlines, are in worldwide tourism and leveraging aviation technologies and innovations to maximize customer value and optimize company objectives.
Principal Officer and Technical Consultant
Mr. Daniel Okegbu obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Howard University. He has a strong desire for excellence and an innate drive for leadership that has fostered his growth as a well-rounded engineer. He completed his Master of Science Degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology (GTech). He is currently a 4th-year Aerospace Engineering Ph.D. student at GTech. As a graduate student, his research work focuses on developing artificially engineered structures for Space Exploration and small-scaled Unmanned Aircraft Vehicles (UAV). At GTech, Mr. Okegbu led his research team to the successful completion of research projects that resulted in the fulfillment of his Master's Degree program. Before his graduate studies, Mr. Okegbu has had more than two years of experience working in the Oil and Gas field. His research and industry experiences have helped him establish the right balance in his understanding of project engineering, management, and business operations. In 2015, Mr. Okegbu completed an internship as an Applications Engineer at FMC Technologies, a leading Oil and Gas company that produces equipment for the exploration of hydrocarbon. In 2016 and 2017, Mr. Okegbu worked at Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. (CB&I) on a $6 billion Liquid Nitrogen Gas Construction Project in Hackberry, LA. Mr. Okegbu served several positions while at CB&I, including Field Engineer, Planner, and project management. As a field engineer, he led a team of 8 - 10 construction workers, collaborated with various engineering disciplines to execute weekly/monthly construction plans and managed the financial budget for his department.