Philadelphia International Airport has appointed Rochelle Cameron as its new deputy director of aviation, finance and administration.
Cameron, who has spent the last 13 years at Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA), will take up her role on Monday 20 June.
She will replace Edward Anastasi who has retired after 33 years in the airport’s finance department, including 13 years as its deputy director of aviation.
During her time at MWAA Cameron oversaw the finance and administration department at Washington Dulles International Airport, as well as the inter-terminal concession program at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and the financial management division at Washington Dulles International Airport.
Most recently, she was manager of financial strategy and analysis at MWAA where she directed the issuance and management of a $6.5 billion debt program and oversaw the airport authority’s strategy development.
Mark Gale, CEO of Philadelphia International Airport, said: “I am very excited to welcome an aviation and business professional with Rochelle’s experience and expertise to our executive leadership staff at Philadelphia International Airport.
“Rochelle brings a wealth of knowledge and skill to us, and she will be a valuable asset to our organization as we plan for the future.”