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ILM Finance Director Receives Airport Executive Accreditation

By Staff Reports, posted Nov 23, 2021
Robert J. Campbell
Robert J. Campbell, finance director of Wilmington International Airport, has been awarded the distinction of Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.) by the American Association of Airport Executives, according to a news release.

To qualify for his distinction, Campbell had to successfully complete three phases of the accreditation process: (1) pass a 180-item multiple-choice examination, (2) fulfill a writing requirement, and (3) demonstrate, in the final interview by a panel of A.A.E.s, his knowledge of airport management, business administration and general transportation economics.

Campbell's achievement "attests to his ability to meet these stringent requirements and his experience in managing a public airport," the release stated. "By fulfilling all the requirements leading to the title of Accredited Airport Executive, Campbell joins a select group of individuals who have earned the designation in the six plus decades of the accreditation program’s existence."

At present, fewer than 10% of AAAE’s members throughout the country are active accredited airport executives.
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