The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Transportation Safety Institute (TSI) announces the launch of the virtual safety-management “Inspire" series. The Inspire series complements the in-person TSI/NATA Air Transport Safety Management Certification™ (ATSM) course by providing a conduit to continue important safety-management conversations with world-class subject-matter experts.
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announces several staff changes as the association positions itself for continued success in its next decade of service. Megan Eisenstein is promoted to managing director, Industry and Regulatory Affairs, and Jake Legere is named director of Marketing and Communications. Joining the NATA team are Karen Huggard as its managing director of Industry Relations and Christy Poppy as director of Events.
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announces that Jason Tepool, business development executive for Boeing, has been named chairman of its Aircraft Maintenance and Systems Technology Committee. Tepool served on the committee for two years prior to his appointment. Phil Stearns, director, Sales & Marketing for Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems, LLC, will continue in his role as committee co-chair. The announcement follows a recent meeting where Tepool and Stearns outlined the near-term and long-term direction of the committee.