The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission Selects New Airport Manager
In her new role, Crook will operate the airport, the airport business park, manage aviation and non-aviation tenants, airport water and waste water services, implement policy, and ensure compliance with state and federal guidelines for public airports.
In her current position, Crook is the Director of Aviation of the Elmira Corning Regional Airport.
In 2000, Crook was appointed by the Governor as the first Director of the new Oregon Department of Aviation. An accredited airport executive, Crook has also been the Operations Manager at the Eugene Airport in Oregon, Manager of the Hutchinson Airport in Kansas, Manager of the State of Oregon’s 36 airports, and Director of the Klamath Falls Airport in Oregon.
“We are pleased to announce our new partnership with Ann Crook,” said Myron Garfinkle, Chair of the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission. “Ann's leadership, added to the excellent staff at MVY, will insure our success.”
“Martha's Vineyard is a special place and the airport is a true gem,” said Crook. “I'm excited to be joining the community and to work with the Airport Commission to make MVY truly exceptional!”
Crook has served as the president of the Oregon Airport Management Association, NY Aviation Management Association, and NE Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives. She also served as the vice chair of the National Association of State Aviation Officials.
Ms. Crook holds a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona.
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