WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today announced that 12 individuals successfully passed the Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) Examination administered by the Association in September, October, and November 2008.
The individuals met or exceeded minimum qualifications based upon experience, training and education. They completed both a formal application process and the CAM Exam, which is offered throughout the year and in conjunction with the Annual Meeting & Convention.
The CAM designation provides industry recognition of their achievement and knowledge in business aviation management, leadership, operations, personnel management, and technical and facilities services.
NBAA congratulates these individuals, who have earned the official title of Certified Aviation Manager and may use that designation when officially listing their name:
- Christopher Burns, director of maintenance, Bristol-Myers Squibb, West Trenton, NJ
- Robin Eissler, vice president, Jet Quest, Georgetown, TX
- Tim Giles, assistant chief pilot, The Williams Companies, Tulsa, OK
- Duane Giorgetti, assistant chief pilot, Bombardier Business Jet Solutions, Richardson, TX
- Marty Grier, maintenance manager, The Home Depot, Atlanta
- Steven Hull, manager of technical services, Eastman Kodak, Rochester, NY
- Christopher Lima, chief pilot, Eastman Kodak, Rochester, NY
- Jeffrey Mroczenski, chief pilot, Kraft Foods Global, Milwaukee
- Tim Peace, aviation department manager, Petebridge LLC, Louisville, KY
- Marc Pozdol, captain, The Marmon Group, Chicago
- Jamie Stember, chief pilot, CP Management, Glen Burnie, MD
- Randy Stroud, Comlux Completions USA, Indianapolis
The next CAM Exam will be administered in March in a computer-based format. The next paper-based exam will be administered on October 19, in conjunction with the NBAA 62nd Annual Meeting & Convention in Orlando, FL.
Through the certification process, NBAA and the Certified Aviation Manager Governing Board seek to raise the level of professionalism and quality of management within flight departments.
For more information visit www.nbaa.org/cam.
NBAA announced 30 individuals who successfully passed the Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) exam during the September 2008 through September 2009 period.
The CAM designation provides industry recognition of achievement and knowledge in the following areas of business aviation: business management, human resources, leadership, operations, and...
Raising the level of professionalism