American Airlines just appointed Adriane M. Brown to its board of directors!

According to Yahoo! Finance, Brown will also serve on the company’s Audit and Corporate Governance and Public Responsibility committees.

The 62-year-old currently serves as managing partner at Flying Fish, a Seattle-based venture capital firm. Brown also sits on the boards of Axon Enterprise, Inc., eBay Inc., and the Washington Research Foundation/WRF Capital.

“We are thrilled Adriane has agreed to join American’s board,” said CEO and Chairman Doug Parker in a news release. “Adriane has extensive board experience in a range of industries, and her expertise in the technology, industrial and ESG sectors will be a welcome addition to our boardroom and a tremendous asset for our company.”

Throughout her career, Brown has held various senior leadership positions. She served as president and chief operating officer at Intellectual Ventures Management, LLC, president and CEO of Transportation Systems, and vice president and GM of two aerospace divisions at Honeywell Inc.

She holds a Master of Science in management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in environmental health from Old Dominion University.

Brown launched her career at Corning Incorporated and eventually held several senior roles. She previously served on the boards of The Raytheon Company, Allergan plc, and Harman International Industries, Incorporated.