Summit Aviation Inc.announced its achievement as the first Delaware employer to register Apprenticeship Standards with the Delaware Department of Labor, Division of Employment and Training, Office of Apprenticeship.
Summit Aviation, a Greenwich AeroGroup Company, announced that it has hired Bradley Card for its newly created position of Director of Program Management.
A veteran of the United States Air Force, Mr. Card has 30 years of aviation experience, including 15 years as a flight engineer. Upon leaving the Air Force in 2008, he joined ALOFT AeroArchitects in Georgetown, Delaware, where he gradually moved up the ranks ending in his most recent position as ALOFT’s program manager. He joins Summit Aviation in mid-March.
“We are delighted to welcome Brad to our team,” said Ralph Kunz, vice president and general manager for Summit Aviation. “We are continuously focused on efficiency and customer satisfaction and in this newly created position, Brad will be a key addition in Summit achieving its goals.”
As the director of program management, Mr. Card will direct and oversee all of Summit’s various programs and will ensure the quality of all customer communication in regards to schedule and costs. The position will work collaboratively with Summit’s director of maintenance and director of sales.
Mr. Card is a PMP-Certified project manager and holds an Associate of Applied Science in Aviation Operations and Aviation Maintenance from the Community College of the Air Force. Additionally, he has a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management, a Master of Business Administration with a focus on Management Information Systems and a second Master of Business Administration with a focus on Management Organizational Leadership, all from Wilmington University in New Castle, Delaware.