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Reynolds leaving position as ACC Manager of Communications
After nearly 7 years spent in various roles on staff, Manager of Communications John Reynolds will be leaving ACC shortly after the ACC/AAAE Airport Planning, Design and Construction Symposium in Denver. Reynolds joined ACC in March 2008 as an Administrative Assistant and quickly used his communication skills and background in writing to enhance ACC publications and membership. During his time at ACC, he has formed strong relationships with many ACC members and other industry stakeholders, particularly through his work as the staff liaison to the Security Committee.
Reynolds will be relocating and focusing on new opportunities in the San Francisco Bay Area.
“John has been such a tremendous asset to ACC in terms of helping to modernize and improve our communications and outreach efforts,” said ACC President T.J. Schulz. “Not only has he contributed significantly to ACC as an organization, but he has become a friend and great colleague to the staff and the membership. John will be missed and we wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.”
Schulz was pleased to announce that Chris Spaulding, current ACC Coordinator of Membership Development and Social Media, will take over many of Reynolds’ key communications responsibilities in his new role as the ACC Coordinator of Communications. In his new position Chris will utilize many of his tremendous skills and capabilities to advance ACC’s communications efforts and products. Chris has been key in launching ACC’s social media activities and in helping to lead ACC’s Young Professional Forum.
ACC is currently interviewing potential candidates for a new Membership and Administrative Assistant.
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Will you be at the Symposium next week?
Only one more week until the ACC/AAAE Airport Planning, Design & Construction Symposium! Get yourself ready for the 25 technical workshops and other informative sessions, networking with fellow colleagues and friends, participation in the robust Young Professionals Program, the airport tour and a fun-filled ski trip. If you haven’t registered yet for the conference, you still have time! We wish you the safest travels getting to the Symposium, and we’ll see you next week in Denver.
Construction Administration Training early registration ends Tuesday
The last day to register for the ACC Institute Construction Administration & Observation Training Course at the early bird rate is next Tuesday, February 17. The course will be held March 17-18, 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah. This course will provide participants an in-depth understanding of the purpose, objectives, and accepted methods associated with Construction Administration and Observation for projects using FAA AIP and PFC funds. The focus of the course will be how airport sponsors of FAA grant projects should administer and observe their projects in order to follow applicable rules and regulations.
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