ALL CHANGE AT THE TOP FOR ACSA AND SAN ANTONIO’S AIRPORTS
Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), San Antonio International Airport and US-based CAG Holdings have all made key new appointments to help take their respective companies forward in 2020.
Nompumelelo (Mpumi) Mpofu will become ACSA’s new CEO on February 1, 2020, and according to a statement issued by the company, joins it at a time “when the company is charting a fresh course for the future”.
She is currently director general of South Africa’s Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation in the Presidency.
Meanwhile, in the US, Jesus Saenz Jr, has been announced as the new director of San Antonio International Airport and CAG Holdings (CAG) has announced the appointment of Ginger Evans as its new chief strategy officer and Krystal Brumfield as its new chief of staff.
Saenz, currently chief operating officer of Houston Airport Systems, will assume his new role on February 3, when he will also be responsbile for Stinson Municipal Airport.
He will replace Russ Hardy who announced his decision to step down earlier this year to move closer to his family on the US East Coast.
CAG’s Evans is the former CEO of Reach Airports and commissioner of the Chicago Department of Aviation, while Brumfield is the former chief of staff at Reach Airports and former President and CEO of the Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC).
According to CAG Holdings, both bring proven industry leadership and experience in aviation management and strategic planning that will support CAG’s continued growth.
CAG Holdings’ CEO, Amit Rikhy, said: “As an aviation thought leader, Ginger has led multiple billion-dollar capital projects throughout her career. Her background and industry expertise will support CAG to deliver top-notch results that help transform the aviation industry.”