Bordeaux, France, November 11, 2011 – The Board of Directors of the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) has elected San Francisco business leader, Caroline Daniels, as Chairman of the Board. Ms. Daniels previously served as GAMA’s Vice Chair and as Chairman of both the Safety and Communications Committees, and will serve as the first female Chairman.
Ms. Daniels, Chairman and CEO of ATP, is widely recognized by the aviation industry as a pioneer of technology enabled, safety information management systems and is dynamically involved in industry affairs. Daniels is also a Trustee for Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, serves on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco based Academy of Art University, is Co-Chair of the Northern California Chapter of Women Corporate Directors, and is a member of the World Entrepreneurship Forum and the World Presidents Organization (WPO).
GAMA (www.gama.aero) fosters and advances the welfare, safety, interests and activities of general aviation and works through relationships with governments, business and communities to promote a better understanding of the important role general aviation plays worldwide in economic growth and development. The GAMA board is composed of CEO and senior leaders of 75 of the world’s leading general aviation manufacturing and service companies. GAMA headquarters are in Washington, DC, with a European office in Brussels, Belgium.
ATP (www.atp.com), a global knowledge services company, provides safety and compliance information for the aviation market. Backed by 35+ years of experience, ATP solutions combine innovative technology, industry expertise, and expedited information access and reporting. The company’s comprehensive content services and software applications deliver vital knowledge to support the mission critical requirements of manufacturers, mechanics, schools, governments, operators and carriers worldwide.