FAA makes associate administrator for airports permanent

FAA makes associate administrator for airports permanent

The Federal Aviation Administration has finally made official Woodie Woodward's appointment as associate administrator for airports.

Woodward has held the post in an acting capacity since January 2000. She oversees national airport planning, including safety standards and systems design and engineering.

Previously, she was director of FAA's Center for Management Development in Palm Coast, Fla.

During her 13-year tenure at the aviation agency, Woodward has worked as acting chief of staff for the Office of the Administrator, acting associate administrator for administration and deputy regional administrator for the agency's southern region.

Woodward has master's and doctorate degrees in administration and personnel management from the University of Kansas and a bachelor's degree from Florida State University.

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