SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- Jet Repair Anywhere (JRA) announces the election of CEO Cheryl Janke to the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association’s Board of Directors. The 2009-2010 term will be Janke's second with PAMA. In addition to her PAMA position, Janke will remain JRA's CEO.
"It is quite an honor to be re-elected to this position with PAMA," says Janke. "The organization is dedicated to serving the professional needs of all of our members."
"The experience level of all nominees was of the highest caliber, enabling our board members to better serve and improve the needs of our members
JRA provides owner-operators in need of maintenance or repair with immediate operation specifications and essential information. The Web-based service eliminates the need to call mechanics directly; logging in to the JRA website provides instant access to operation specifications for each aircraft.
PAMA is a national association dedicated to enhancing professionalism and recognition of the aviation maintenance technician through communication, education, representation and support — for continuous improvement in aviation safety.
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