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Malibu M-Class Owners and Pilots Select New Leaders

New Team Announced During Annual Convention

The Malibu M-Class Owners and Pilots Association (MMOPA) announces its new leadership team with Chief Executive Officer, Mike Nichols, CAM, CAE, and Chief Operating Officer, Jenna Reid. The new executive team was introduced to MMOPA members last week during the opening of its 2022 Convention in Tucson, AZ.

As CEO, Nichols is leading MMOPA’s strategic planning, expanding safety initiatives, enhancing governance, facilitating MMOPA’s relationship with Piper Aircraft and other aviation associations, developing the MMOPA Safety & Education Foundation, and preparing MMOPA for its next decade and beyond.

As COO, Reid focuses on internal operations including membership service, finance and administration, convention and regional meeting planning, relationships with owners, dealers, and vendors, editing MMOPA’s magazine, and developing a new electronic newsletter. Reid served as MMOPA's interim Executive Director from June through September 2022.

“The time was right for MMOPA to take the next step in growing and expanding the influence of the association. The expertise Mike brings from his extensive nonprofit association management experience, including almost two decades at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), and Jenna with her aviation operations, member service, and marketing experience, is the perfect combination to bring MMOPA to the next level. We have high expectations for them and are confident that with their skills and backgrounds they are up to the challenge and will create new opportunities for MMOPA,” said Ryan Oltman, MMOPA President.

“MMOPA members are passionate about their airplanes and I am excited to join this community,” said Mike Nichols, CEO. “With a solid foundation to build on, highly engaged board members, an unwavering commitment to safety, and a new executive leadership team, MMOPA is well-positioned to enhance its value for all Malibu and M-Class owners and operators.”

“I have been extremely impressed with the board and its members during my last three months with MMOPA,” said Jenna Reid, COO. “It’s rare to find a group of more than 1,000 individuals to all have the same common goal: safety. We are delivering content that is rich with information vital to all PA46 owners and we will keep the momentum moving forward with events, member programs, and safety focused initiatives around the world.”

FMI: www.mmopa.com

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