ATAC Announces Staff Changes

December 15, 2016. ATAC President and CEO, John McKenna, announces changes in personnel responsibilities following Mike Skrobica’s retirement at the end of December.

As of January 1, 2017, Wayne Gouveia, will be moving from his current responsibilities of Flight Training to Aviation Security, Airports, Facilitation, and Cargo. He will continue to manage the Dangerous Goods issues. Wayne’s new title will be Senior Vice President.

Bernard Champagne, whose appointment was announced on September 30, and who officially joined the ATAC ranks as Vice President on November 28th, will be taking over Flight Training, Legal and Tax Issues.

The responsibilities of the Executive Vice President, Les Aalders, continue to include all Flight and Technical Operations issues including Safety.

We look forward to continue serving ATAC Members with a renewed team of highly dedicated and highly competent professionals.