Tina Amereihn was selected by FAA Administrator Michael Huerta to serve as the Acting Assistant Administrator for Finance and Management (AFN) in July 2016. In this role, she is responsible for oversight of the agency's $16.9 billion budget and more than 3,000 employees. Amereihn manages the FAA's financial management, regional and Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center operations, information technology, contracting and acquisition offices.
Previous to this position, Amereihn served as the Deputy Assistant Administrator for Information Services and FAA's Chief Information Officer (CIO) since May 2012. In this role, Amereihn provided leadership to the IT enterprise and had day to day responsibility for all IT aspects including information delivery, infrastructure, operations, security, privacy, innovation, business partnership management, and performance management. Amereihn led the effort to transform FAA's IT enterprise into a single IT shared service organization.
In 1983, Amereihn began her employment with the FAA as a GS-3 program analyst in a temporary summer position. Throughout the years, Amereihn worked as a computer specialist in many lines of business, in both field and headquarters positions, working her way up through management. Prior to accepting FAA's CIO position, Amereihn served as the Acting Assistant Administrator for Human Resource Management. Prior to that position, she was the Director of the Quality, Integration and Executive Services (AQS) within the Aviation Safety (AVS) organization. AQS had oversight for the implementation and recertification of their ISO-9000-based quality management system as well as the overall budget, training, IT, and staffing needs for AVS. Prior to accepting the AQS Director position, Amereihn was the CIO of the AVS organization.
Amereihn earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from Towson State. She earned her Master's degree in Information System Technology from George Washington University.