David Jack Kenny analyzes GA accident data to target ASI’s safety education programs while also supporting AOPA’s ongoing initiatives and assisting other departments in responding to breaking developments. David maintains ASI’s accident database and regularly writes articles for ePilot, Flight School Business, Flight Training, CFI-to-CFI, and other publications. He’s the primary author of the Nall Report and other ASI research studies, but none of that keeps him away from the hangar for long. He is presently rated for single-engine, multiengine, and instrument airplane and is closing in on 1,900 hours of flight time. He uses his 1967 Piper Arrow to make rescue flights for Pilots N Paws, give introductory flights at Learn-to-Fly Day and Women Fly It Forward, and occasionally just for fun. David holds a commercial pilot’s certificate and advanced degrees in statistics.