Marshall to Become Acting Vice President for Global Programs

Alexandria, VA, August 27, 2014 - The Flight Safety Foundation announced today that Greg Marshall has joined the headquarters in Virginia as the new Acting Vice President for Global Programs. He will start in this role on September 2, 2014.

Mr. Marshall has worked as the Director of the Flight Safety Foundation's Basic Aviation Risk Standard (BARS) program in the Melbourne office since 2010. In that role, he has overseen the dramatic growth and evolution of the BARS program into the leading audit standard for the mining and resources segment of the industry.

"Bringing Greg to the home office to help during this transition will allow for great synergy between the BARS program and the other technical programs that the Foundation does," stated FSF President and CEO, Jon Beatty. "We have a proud tradition of technical work improving aviation safety and Greg's arrival will ensure that this continues and expands."

As VP for Global Programs, Mr. Marshall will continue to oversee the BARS program and also lead the technical work of the Foundation as a whole. Dave Anderson, currently the Audit Manager of BARS, will be responsible for the day to day operations of BARS and the Melbourne office.

"This is the perfect opportunity for me to continue to develop the connection between BARS and the all the technical work at the Flight Safety Foundation," commented Marshall. "This will be a win-win for the BARS and Foundation members as it will lead to new technical opportunities and initiatives.

Marshall will be replacing Rudy Quevedo, former Director of Global Programs, who is leaving the Flight Safety Foundation to join the International Air Transport Association as the Director of Safety.

 

Flight Safety Foundation is an independent, non-profit, international organization engaged in research, education, advocacy and publishing to improve aviation safety. The Foundation's mission is to be the leading voice of safety for the global aerospace community.  

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