EAP / Professional Standards

FInd your local representatives below

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Brennan Williams , MCO EAP CHAIR

Selena Browder , MCO EAP Rep

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Veronica Seymour, LAS EAP CHAIR

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Gwen Davidson, DTW/ ACY CHAIR

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VALERIE NOLES , ORD EAP CHAIR

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Judy Beck, EAP Rep

Brennan Williams

MEC EAP/PS COMMITTEE CHAIR

I have been with Spirit Airlines since April of 2018. Before pursuing a career in aviation I worked in the healthcare field in Orlando, FL. The different leadership roles I held in healthcare helped me discover my love for helping others and made it easier to improve our employee resource program. These positions helped me learn the balance between compassion and leadership. Extending beyond work I have committed my time to various non profits around Central Florida, doing my best to lend my abilities to the community. I feel that it is always important to give whatever you can to lift the community and others up. As the MCO EAP Chair I have been able to apply these skills to helping my flight attendants. I am excited to see how my skills paired with those of other EAP reps will help us create an even more helpful team for our flight attendants that need us!

Term of Office: July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2023

IMPORTANT EAP/PS LINKS

This website is available to all flight attendants, no matter what status you currently hold — active, furloughed, or even if you are on a leave status.  FADAP is a substance-abuse prevention program, created and promoted for and by the flight attendant profession and funded by the FAA.

From time to time, everyone experiences personal or work-related problems. Sometimes, these problems can overwhelm our normal coping strategies. Support from a trained peer or a referral to a mental health professional may prove helpful.

The AFA EAP helps members, their families and partners deal with concerns on and off the job that affect them. The AFA EAP is strongly committed to the health, safety and well-being of all of its members.

The Association of Flight Attendants Employee Assistance Program (AFA EAP) is a confidential resource available to the members, their families and their partners to assist with personal, as well a work-related concerns. AFA EAP provides three distinct but interrelated services, including:

  • Domestic Violence
  • Drug Testing
  • Eating Disorders
  • Financial Assistance
  • Furlough/Unemployment Resources
  • Gambling
  • Legal Services
  • Mental Health Concerns
  • Stress
  • Substance Abuse Information
  • Victims of Crime Services:
  • Work/Life Balance

Flight Attendants under Self-Quarantine Telephonic Support Meeting with Daria Todor, LCSW-C

Conference Call Number 855-544-2320/401-648-9218

This 1 hr. telephonic confidential meeting is for ANY Flight Attendant under self-quarantine

EAP/PS description

Volunteer qualifications

The EAP is a support service provided by Flight Attendants for Flight Attendants, their families, and partners.  EAP peer representatives are trained to provide three distinct, but interrelated, service that include assessment, support, and referral services, professional standards, and critical incident response.

  •   SPR Flight Attendant
  •   AFA member in good standing
  •   Computer skills
  •   Successful completion of training
  •   Willingness to attend any training(s)
  •   Adherence to policies, procedures, and standards of ethical conduct

Our Spirit Airlines AFA-CWA Union movement could not have grown without the help of volunteers.