Working to address what is identified as a missing link between industry, users, and the general public, the Community Air Mobility Initiative launched this week, leveraging the skills of its founders and several key founding partners in helping to shape the UAM landscape. “[We’re] looking to fill a gap that is currently not being served,” says Anna Dietrich, co-executive director. Dietrich is the founding COO of Terrafugia, a company developing a roadable aircraft called the Transition. She stepped back five years ago from Terrafugia to focus on other projects, specifically in public policy, as she saw an opportunity to initiate the conversations that needed to happen. Yolanka Wulff is the second co-executive director of CAMI, and her background as an attorney, and focusing on sustainable aviation, standards development, and public affairs, forms the basis for her involvement in the initiative.