An effective board does much of its work in
committees. The fundamental research and collection of ideas are gathered and alternatives are considered through AEA committees.
An integral part of the Aircraft Electronics Association governing body,
the AEA board of directors, is its committees. An effective board does much of its work in
committees. The fundamental research and collection of ideas are gathered and alternatives
are considered through AEA committees.
This committee is a standing committee and shall assess the
board’s profile and skill set; shall develop and maintain a pool of candidates with
desired skills that could be nominated to serve on the board; and, as necessary,
shall recommend a slate of candidates to the board whenever vacancies or impending
vacancies require an election to select directors.
Garry Joyce, IAE Ltd. -
David Loso, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, ex-officio
David Salvador, Gogo Business Aviation
Paula Derks, AEA Staff Liaison
This committee shall oversee and audit the
Association’s government affairs program; shall recommend strategic plans
for such programs; shall assist the Association’s government affairs
professionals in meeting the Association’s government affairs goals; and
shall report their findings and recommendations to the board for disposition.
Steve Wysong, Wysong Enterprises -
Bill Hanf, Green Mountain Avionics
James Joubert, Pacific Southwest Instruments
Garry Joyce, IAE Ltd.
Efrain Lopez, Georgetown Instrument Services
Gary Picou, PS Engineering
Al Rice, Sun Aviation Avionics
Marc Rome, Empire Avionics
Graeme Rowe, AvMax
This Committee shall assist the treasurer and
president by monitoring the financial status of the organization, and
overseeing periodic financial audits. The Committee shall report their findings and
recommendations to the board for disposition.
Jim Alpiser, Garmin -
Debra McFarland, AEA Staff Liaison
If you are interested in serving on an AEA Committee, you must submit a
Committee Application Form for consideration.