Metropolitan Airports Commission names VP, strategy



Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) CEO Brian Ryks today named Naomi Pesky as the organization´s new Vice President of Strategy & Stakeholder Engagement, the company said.

In this newly created role that reports directly to the CEO, Pesky will create and steer multi-dimensional, comprehensive communications, engagement and marketing strategies. She will also lead organization-wide strategic planning and key community outreach efforts.

Pesky will assume her new role on May 7, 2018.

The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) is a public corporation of the state of Minnesota. The Minnesota Legislature created the first-of-its-kind commission in 1943 to promote aviation services in the region. The MAC owns and operates one of the largest airport systems in America, including the award-winning Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) and a system of six general aviation airports. The MAC operates on revenue generated by airport activity through rents, concessions and usage fees, not by income or property taxes. The MAC is a regional economic engine generating close to USD 17 billion in annual economic output and supporting nearly 91,000 jobs.