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ACSF says it can achieve more with guidance of Naor
Jessica Naor has been employed at GrandView Aviation since 2009, beginning as a charter sales representative and working her way up to her current position as its COO. Her experience will now help to guide the ACSF.
Jessica Naor is enthusiastic about the ACSF's programmes.

The Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) has elected Jessica Naor to its board of governors. Naor is the COO of GrandView Aviation, headquartered in Middle River, Maryland, just outside of Baltimore. In her new position, Naor will join her fellow board members to help guide the rapidly expanding ACSF organisation in pursuit of its goals.

Foundation president Bryan Burns comments: “We're delighted to welcome Jessie to our board of governors. Someone of her professional calibre is sure to make a positive impact on our growing organisation, and help it achieve our overarching mission to advance aviation safety standards and programmes the world over.”

Naor has been employed at GrandView Aviation since 2009, beginning as a charter sales representative and working her way up to her current position as its COO. She has played a pivotal role in building the company from a small, regional operation to a nationally based charter operator with a reputation for excellence in safety and quality assurance.

“I'm thrilled to join the Air Charter Safety Foundation and help it promote its numerous programmes, such as the Industry Audit Standard and the Aviation Safety Action Program,” she says. “My core values and goals as a leader at GrandView Aviation, and in this industry, are about improving consumer transparency and helping operators set the bar constantly higher for safety. The ACSF holds these values close, so I'm excited to help move the industry forward with them.”

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