AIAA Announces 2023 Election Results Written 1 March 2023
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 1, 2023 – Reston, Va. – The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) announced today the results of its recent 2023 elections. The newly elected AIAA officials will take office in May.
“We are proud to announce the newest AIAA leaders who will play key roles in serving our membership and driving the implementation of our strategy,” said Laura McGill, AIAA president. “I am grateful to each of the candidates for your willingness to drive important activities that benefit our profession. Thank you to all our candidates, as well as the members who took the time to get to know them and cast their vote. Congratulations to our new President-Elect, Directors, and Chiefs.”
- Daniel E. Hastings, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2023 Election Results for Integration and Outreach Activities Division
- Director–Business and Management Group
Gustavo Ordonez, Icarus Management Consulting, and University of California
- Director–International Activities Group
Robert Winn, Engineering Systems, Inc.
- Director-Elect Young Professional Group
Bryan Kowalczyk, University of Cincinnati
2023 Election Results for Regional Engagement Activities Division
- Director–Region I
Kyle Zittle, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
- Director–Region II
Ryan Sherrill, Air Force Research Laboratory
- Director–Region VII
Cees Bil, RMIT University
2023 Election Results for Technical Activities Division
- Director–Aircraft Technology, Integration, and Operations Group
David Maroney, The MITRE Corporation
- Director–Space and Missiles Group
Stephen Blanchette, The Aerospace Corporation
Elections also were held for division chiefs.
- Chief–Regional Engagement Activities Division
L. Jane Hansen, Cateni Consulting
- Chief–Technical Activities Division
Lesley Weitz, The MITRE Corporation
Media contact: Rebecca B. Gray, RebeccaG@AIAA.org, 804-397-5270
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