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President and CEO
Jeff Mains has been the President and CEO of ANPC since March 2000. Mr. Mains has also served on the Board of Directors of the company since 2000 and was named Chairman in 2003. Previously, Mr. Mains held senior management positions at upstart network software provider LANQuest. Mr. Mains was the founding Business Development Manager for the interactive technology business at Electronics for Imaging which has now been successfully spun out into Luidia Corporation. At Standard Microsystems Corporation, Mr. Mains led the North American Channel group. Mr. Mains received his BA in Management Science from UC San Diego and earned his MBA from Santa Clara University .
Dr. Andy von Flotow
Dr. von Flotow, who holds a PhD in aerospace engineering from Stanford University, is an accomplished research entrepreneur in multiple disciplines of science and technology, specifically aeronautical and space applications as well as other technologies. Among Dr. von Flotow’s accomplishments are as author or co-author of more than 100 published papers, 25 patents and the successful supervision of 7 PhD students while teaching at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. von Flotow was a founder and principal at Insitu prior to its acquisition by Boeing; is involved in numerous business and investment interests; and is President and Chairman at Hood Technology in Hood River, Oregon, a company he founded in 1993.
Nick Sabatini became Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety in 2001 where he was responsible for the certification, production approval, and continued airworthiness of aircraft; certification of pilots, mechanics, and others in safety-related positions. He was also responsible for certification of all operational and maintenance enterprises in domestic civil aviation; development of regulations; civil flight operations; and the certification and safety oversight of some 7,300 U.S. commercial airlines and air operators. Mr. Sabatini was responsible for some 7,000 employees in FAA Washington Headquarters, nine regional offices, and more than 125 field offices throughout the world. The FAA’s annual aviation safety budget is over $1 billion. Mr. Sabatini was recognized in 2002 with the Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine’s Laurels Award for his vision and actions that expedited the publication of the landmark document, “Criteria for Approval of Category I and Category II Weather Minima for Approach.”
Will Ris serves on the Federal Aviation Administration’s 13-member Management Advisory Council (MAC). The MAC advises the FAA’s senior management on policy, spending, long-range planning, and regulatory matters. Mr. Ris retired from American Airlines where he served as their principal government affairs executive since July 1996, and was responsible for directing all activities with Congress, the administration, and a broad range of federal agencies. He was also a member of the Executive Committee of American Airlines. Prior to joining American, Mr. Ris was the Executive Vice President of the Wexler Group, a Washington DC-based government relations firm. Will is on the boards of directors for two other organizations; The Airport Research and Development Foundation and The Green Door, Inc. Mr. Ris holds degrees from Northwestern University, Johns Hopkins University, University of Denver College of Law, and Georgetown University College of Law.
Jane Garvey is a recognized global thought leader in business and a highly regarded former U.S. government official. From 1997 to 2002, she served as the 14th Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration and guided the agency through many safety and modernization milestones. She led the FAA through the extraordinarily formidable events of September 11, 2001 with compassion and assurance of mission. Ms. Garvey is recognized for her breadth of experience at all levels of government and prior to her term at the FAA, served as Acting Administrator and Deputy Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Before leading the FHWA, Ms. Garvey was Director of Boston’s Logan International Airport, and from 1988 to 1991, was Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Works under Governor Michael Dukakis. After leaving government service, Ms. Garvey led the U.S. Public/Private Partnerships advisory group at JPMorgan, where she advised states on financing strategies to facilitate much-needed project delivery for state governments. She now serves as the North America Chairman of Meridiam, a global investor and asset manager specialized in developing, financing and managing long-term public infrastructure projects. Ms. Garvey is also the Chairman of the United Airlines Holdings, Inc. Board of Directors and has served on many presidential and state/local level commissions and councils. She was previously the Chairman of the U.S. Department of Commerce's Investment Advisory Council (IAC) and served on the boards of the MITRE Corporation, Skanska AB and Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC).
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