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Tue, Jun 03, 2003

Upgraded: Shelley Longmuir

NBAA's New President Named

On Friday, May 30, the NBAA Board of Directors announced the selection of veteran aviation executive Shelley A. Longmuir (right) as the next president of the Association, which currently represents more than 7,300 companies that operate general aviation aircraft as an aid to their businesses or are involved with business aviation. Longmuir has more than a decade of experience in domestic and international aviation, most recently at United Airlines, where she was senior vice president of international/regulatory and governmental affairs for the world's second-largest commercial carrier.

"We are excited that Shelley is bringing her experience, leadership and vision to our Association," noted NBAA Chairman George Saling. Don Baldwin, Vice Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Selection Committee, said, "Shelley was selected from among nearly 100 highly qualified candidates. Her ability to work effectively with people across the political and professional spectrum, her proven track record of leading effective coalitions, and her natural optimism, make her the right person at the right time for NBAA."

Outgoing NBAA President Jack Olcott added, "NBAA is indeed fortunate to have someone as talented and experienced in the political realm of Washington and internationally as Shelley Longmuir to be the Association's new president. She is knowledgeable and effective, and she brings to the community skills that are particularly critical in the current climate of change and uncertainty."

FMI: www.nbaa.org; Olcott's full comments

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