Clark County Department of Aviation Announces Selection of Deputy Director of Aviation - Operations
Chrisley will assist in planning, organizing and administering all developmental and operational phases of the Clark County Airport System, consisting of a major international airport facility, general aviation airports and associated parking and related facilities.
Chrisley reports directly to the Director of Aviation and assists in all aspects of managing, planning and operating multiple airport facilities, and represents the Director of Aviation in her absence. Responsibilities include working with multiple levels of management to supervise and direct the financial, land, business, security, construction and related functions of the airport system. Principle functional areas of responsibility include Airside Operations, General Aviation, Landside Operations and Terminal Operations.
Chrisley is very familiar with the Las Vegas area, having been stationed there from 2006 – 2013 while in the United States Air Force. Chrisley has 21 years of airfield operations, maintenance and construction leadership experience gained while serving in the military. Chrisley’s leadership experience is vast, having led 2,600 military and civilian personnel as Deputy Mission Support Group Commander at Nellis AFB and 482 military personnel as Director of Construction Operations for a heavy construction squadron at various locations throughout the world.
“I am truly honored and excited to join the Clark County Department of Aviation leadership team,” said Chrisley. “I look forward to helping build upon the current and past successes while working to keep the Las Vegas Valley the tourist destination of choice.”
Chrisley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the United States Air Force Academy and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.
Chrisley is married with three children, and enjoys all outdoor activities including golf, camping and hiking with his family.
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