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AfBAA's new director of memberships and events

Posted 7 June 2017 · Add Comment

AfBAA has appointed Dawit Lemma as director of memberships and events.

Lemma will be responsible for exploring new benefits for members, supporting growth in our events and their respective offerings, adding value through his technical know how, and instigating new research and white papers. 

Lemma brings over 15 years of experience in aviation across four continents, with a cache of notable experience garnered from companies from around the world, including TAG Aviation, Emirates Airlines, and Ethiopian Airlines, to name a few.

For the last two years, Lemma has been advocating and promoting the growth of Business Aviation in Ethiopia. He provided guidance and support in several AfBAA events including the Regional Symposia in Ethiopia and Nigeria, he has also supported serval initiatives with the AATO and the AfBAA - Ethiopian Airlines Academy partnership

In addition to his new role,  Lemma also serves AfBAA as the President of the Ethiopian Chapter and Advisor to the Board of Directors

Lemma takes up the position with immediate effect and will continue to build on the work carried out by Shahd Osama.

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