Angie has been with Cage Marshall Consulting since 1994. She has held the positions of Senior Consultant, Director of Operations, and now, that of President and Owner of the company. Her prior experience includes conducting pilot background checks for a legacy and a regional airline, developing and establishing interview and hiring protocol for corporate businesses, training interviewers, and managing and overseeing HR departments. This previous experience and her years at Cage Marshall Consulting have resulted in proven success in pilot placement at airlines worldwide. During Angie’s tenure, she has been instrumental in Cage Marshall Consulting helping more than 100,000 pilots reach their professional pilot goals.
The specific areas of expertise Angie offers to clients include interview preparation, career and furlough guidance, background research, application support, resume and cover letter development, and special concerns consulting. She has worked with pilots and flight instructors from a variety of backgrounds from regional, legacy, cargo, and international carriers, and with military pilots transitioning to civilian flying, including DoD, NASA and Air Force One pilots.
In addition to her direct work with clients, Angie is responsible for all day-to-day business activities along with all company decisions regarding long-term strategic planning in the areas of pilot interview preparation, marketing, and business development.
Angie earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, with a concentration in Human Resources, from Colorado State University and is currently pursuing her Master's in Forensic Psychology with an emphasis in Interviewing, Interrogation, and Profiling.
DeeDee came to Cage Marshall Consulting in 2012. Her previous experience includes more than 25 years with a legacy airline. She has served in several roles, including pilot interviewer, presenter at aviation career seminars and workshops, and emergency procedures instructor for both pilots and flight attendants. Additionally, she served as a member of the airline’s pilot interview board, and was hand-selected to do contract training for Air Force One. As Senior Consultant, DeeDee is responsible for overseeing interview preps, reviewing resumes and applications, and conducting debriefs.
Because of DeeDee’s experience as an interviewer for a legacy carrier, she offers clients an opportunity to better understand the interview process from the perspective of an airline human resources professional. From application errors to interview SNAFUs, she has seen them all while working on the other side of the interview desk. Her unique background and knowledge provides our clients with an “interview simulator” experience that expertly prepares them for an actual interview. Additionally, DeeDee is one of our workshop presenters and assists with client relations.
DeeDee earned her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder with a double major in Communication Disorders/Speech Science and Psychology. While in college, she worked for a major airline as a special assignments flight attendant on charter flights for the Presidential Press Corps, Denver Broncos and Chicago Cubs.
Lenny came to Cage Marshall Consulting in 2012 with more than 25 years of experience in business operations. Lenny also served in the United States Army, both active and inactive duty. He is responsible for all aspects of client services including initial client contact, scheduling, organizing pilot workshops, and all of our administrative and office operations. Lenny is usually the first member of our team to speak with clients, and offers them expert guidance on the services and products offered by our company.
Lenny’s diverse background includes experience as a Client Services Representative, Account Executive, Sales Associate, and Office Manager in industries ranging from health services to insurance. He has received countless hours of specialized training in areas of customer service, insurance liability & risk assessment, and business ethics.
Jeff joined Cage Marshall Consulting in December of 2017. He is a graduate from Purdue University with a degree in Electrical Engineering Technology with a focus in Program Management & Operations. Jeff is responsible for all the "behind the scenes" organizational needs of the business including: payroll, bookkeeping, goal setting, and ensuring the successful flow of the business and staff operations. Jeff brings over 25 years of experience having worked as a COO, Program Manager and Operations Manager, with some of the largest fortune 500 companies in the US. His extensive knowledge of business operations, HR requirements, and conflict resolution strategies is second to none.
Holly initially consulted for Cage Marshall Consulting from 1995 to 2002 at which time she left to pursue her graduate degree in counseling. She returned in 2014 and brings to the company an extensive knowledge of the airline industry and the pilot interviewing process. She has years of experience sitting across the table from pilot applicants. While employed with a legacy carrier, she held several positions in the pilot employment department, including that of Pilot Interviewer.
She also has extensive training and experience in reviewing applications, discussing areas of concerns, and discovering an applicant’s weaknesses. These skills, combined with her education in psychology, make her an excellent interview preparation consultant for pilots who want to get hired by commercial airlines.
Holly has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology, both earned at the University of Colorado at Denver.
Mike joined Cage Marshall in early 2014 after having “retired” from the airline industry. He brings with him over 30 years of airline experience with regional and legacy carriers. He possesses a Master’s Degree in Education from St. Louis University, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Webster University.
His career began with line experience as a domestic flight attendant for a regional air carrier, and as Chief Purser/Flight Service Manager with an international airline. Mike transitioned to ground work utilizing his degree in education as Manager of Training, and later as an Emergency Procedures Instructor for Pilots and Flight Attendants. Additionally, he utilized his business knowledge by holding positions as manager and supervisor of flight crews. Extensive experience in Industrial Relations is a part of his resume. He has served on System Boards of Adjustments as a Hearing Officer and Mediator. Contract negotiations and labor relations were additional responsibilities.
Mike’s Human Resource background includes cover letter and resume reviews, as well as detailed interview experience with Pilots, Flight Attendants, Ground personnel, and Administrative personnel. He has also had responsibility for interviewing and hiring airline managers and supervisors.
Along with a commitment to the airline industry, Mike is excited to return to the position of Human Resource Consultant supporting flight officers preparing for advancement in their chosen careers.
Susan joined the Cage Marshall Consulting Team in 2015. Her experience includes 13 years with a legacy airline in a variety of roles. She has extensive airline experience and was an integral part of the Flight Officer Employment team.
She has experience with the complete hiring process from the point of invite to the interview and the final board of review. Susan has extensive training in the interview process, application reviews as well as resume review..
Susan possesses a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO. She worked directly with the Flight Officer Interns as a mentor and has a passion for assisting pilots in finding success in their flying endeavors.
Seth initially came to Cage Marshall Consulting as a pilot applicant. Although he had been a Pilot Interviewer and a Line Check Airman with his former airline, he quickly recognized that he could take nothing for granted in preparing for this interview. He spent countless hours working with CMC on his resume, application, interview skills, and doing his background checks. After a lot of time and effort, Seth successfully landed his dream job! Because of his direct approach, ability to appropriately challenge situations, his interest in seeing his fellow coworkers succeed, and his diverse aviation background, Seth was a perfect addition to the Cage Marshall Consulting team.
Seth has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Flight Training from Purdue University and an Associate of Science Degree from Vincennes University. He was one of two pilots selected in his senior class to fly the Beechjet 400A as First Officer. From there, Seth took a Flight Instructor position with Purdue University.
Within a couple of years, Seth accepted a regional carrier position and for two years flew as a First Officer on the ERJ-145 and ten years as a Captain on the ERJ-170/175. Highlights include: Line Check Airman, PC/Simulator Check Airman, assisted in implementing AQP training with a focus on CRM/TEM Training, delivery of the new EMB-170 from a factory in Brazil, and conducting New Hire Pilot and Check Airman Interviews. Currently, Seth is a Flight Officer with a legacy carrier and a welcomed addition to the CMC Team.
Chris joined Cage Marshall Consulting in 2014, bringing military transition expertise to our team. He has more than 20 years of experience as both a military and civilian pilot, currently flies for a legacy airline and serves in the Air Force Reserves. His current experience, combined with his previous experience as an Air Force pilot, has provided him with an in-depth knowledge of the military to civilian transition, and of the unique challenges Reserve and Guard members face during the transition. Chris guides pilots in making a smooth and successful transition from active duty to civilian or Reserve/Guard flying, Reserve/Guard to civilian flying, and everything in between.
Chris started flying gliders when he was 14 years old, and joined the U.S. Air Force right out of college. He has more than 4000 hours of flight time, and has flown the T-37, T-44, C-130, and TG-16, and also has flown aerial firefighting missions in the C-130 to augment the U.S. Forest Service. Chris has held the positions of Qualified Aircraft Commander and Instructor Pilot, and has participated on many hiring boards for his Air Force Reserve squadron.
Chris earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Metropolitan State University of Denver and a Master’s Degree in Aviation Safety from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
Ed has been a member of the Cage Marshall Consulting team since 2014. His diverse aviation background includes flying for both domestic and international companies. Currently, Ed is a pilot for a US legacy carrier, and has more than 8700 hours of total time and 6500 Pilot-in-Command hours. Ed has flown for several airlines based in numerous countries, and shares his experience as a successful interviewer and accomplished aviation professional.
In 2007, while flying for a regional carrier, Ed was invited to join the management team of a new start-up company flying B737-300s. Over the course of the next eight years, he successfully interviewed and worked for several airlines worldwide. During this time, he held various positions, including Line Check Airman, Operations Performance Manager, and Line Captain. His type ratings include a CL-65, ERJ-170/190, B-737/300, as well as several international ratings.
Ed has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Science and Management from Bridgewater State University, and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Ron has been a member of the Cage Marshall Consulting family since 1997, preceded by a 38-year career in aviation, which makes him a valuable resource for our clients. He started his career as a U.S. Air Force pilot, and, after several years in the military, he made the transition to civilian flying. His extensive experience and in-depth aviation knowledge help our pilot applicants ace the technical portion of their airline interviews. In addition to consulting, Ron shares his knowledge and experience in two books he has written: Airline Pilot Interview-A Study Guide and Mental Math for Pilots, as well as a three flashcard sets: ATP, FAR, and AIM. These products have been top sellers for Cage Marshall Consulting, and are recommended by Chief Pilots, Pilot Interviewers, and Airline Hiring Managers.
Ron has logged more than 10,000 hours of flight time in more than 140 types of aircraft, and instructed hundreds of pilots. He recently retired from an international airline where he was a B-777 Captain and Pilot Instructor. However, he decided to further expand his resume and accepted a position with the Federal Aviation Administration as a test pilot. During his aviation career, Ron has held the positions of Charter Pilot, Flight/Ground/Simulator Instructor, Skydive Pilot, and Chase and Photo Pilot.
Ron earned a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering Mechanics from the United States Air Force Academy and a Master’s Degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
Stephanie comes to Cage Marshall Consulting with a vast array of talents. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Penn State University and a Masters Degree in Secondary Education. She has worked in customer service since 2007 and has been working as a flight attendant for a legacy carrier in both international and domestic markets since 2012. Her experience with the airline gives her insight into the interview process for applicants hoping to become flight attendants with commercial carriers. Additionally, she has an extensive background in writing and editing. Stephanie also serves in the Air National Guard, working as a member of the Command Support Staff in the maintenace orderly room at her unit. She recently relocated to Aurora, CO from her hometown of Gettysburg, PA.
Robbie Barnhart joined the Cage Marshall team in August 2016 as our Social Media Guru. Developing witty, relevant content for weekly posts, he engages with followers on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
He is a First Officer based at Chicago O’Hare International Airport for a regional airline, flying the Embraer 175. After gleaning his passion for flight from his grandfather, Robbie learned to fly in Missoula, Montana in his grandfather’s 1965 Cessna Skyhawk. It was buzzing around the mountains when his epiphany to be a professional pilot occurred. Earning a degree from Saint Louis University’s Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology, he built his time flying Cessna Caravans in the Midwest for an Essential Air Service provider.
When his head isn’t skyward, he is likely on his yoga mat or reading The New Yorker. Robbie is a proud member of the National Gay Pilots Association and Women in Aviation, International.
Beginning in 1990 Cheryl served as an Independent Consultant to the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). Cage Marshall Consulting has presented pilot interview preparation seminars to thousands of displaced ALPA pilots from PanAm, Midway, USAirways, TWA, Air Wisconsin, West Air, and Aspen Airways to name a few. In 2001, Cheryl was retained by the Allied Pilots Association and United Airlines ALPA to present job search workshops for their furloughed pilot members.
Prior to Cage Consulting, Cheryl graduated from college with a B.A. in Psychology. She worked as a flight attendant for Braniff Airways. With the bankruptcy of Braniff in 1982 Cheryl made a career transition into marketing and management for a national sports company. She left this position to start Cage Consulting, Inc.