The CPA annual meeting will be held on Saturday November 6 from 0800-1200 in the Mt. Evans room on the second floor of the terminal at KBJC.
The results of the elections for 2022 will be announced and the board of directors (elected officers and committee chairs) will briefly review actions and accomplishments over the last fiscal year. All members are encouraged to attend and to bring any topics for discussion.
A light breakfast and coffee will be provided for attendees then the business meeting will start at 0900.
The location for this meeting does not have audio visual capabilities to support a zoom meeting so we will not be able to do that and the meeting will be only in-person.
Why not fly in on a Saturday morning and support your CPA organization.
Our featured speaker this year is David Ulane, A.A.E. Director, Colorado Division of Aeronautics
Under the direction of the Colorado Aeronautical Board, Dave leads the Colorado Department of Transportation’s innovative and forward-leaning Aeronautics Division. In collaboration with 76 public use airports, the users of Colorado's aviation system, and numerous other stakeholders, Dave and the Division endeavor to support the state’s multi-modal transportation system by advancing a safe, efficient, and effective statewide aviation system through collaboration, investment, and advocacy.
Dave joined the Division of Aeronautics in July 2015 and has over 32 years of aviation leadership experience in the Northwest Mountain Region, including positions at several commercial and general aviation airports and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.
Dave has a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management from Metropolitan State University of Denver and has been an Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.) since 1995. Over the past 30 years, he has served the Northwest Mountain Region in a variety of aviation leadership roles. He is currently serving as Vice Chair on the National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO) Executive Committee, and previously was President of the Northwest Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE). An active pilot since 1987, Dave is a certificated Part 107 UAS pilot and a seaplane rated private pilot with tailwheel and high performance endorsements.