Nancy B. Kalinowski was named Vice President System Operations Services for the Air Traffic Organization in February 2008.
As Vice President of System Operations, Kalinowski is responsible for providing safe, secure, and efficient air traffic services that serve the American people, support the global aviation community, and are environmentally responsible. She is responsible for national traffic flow management, tactical operations, flight services, emergency operations, and aviation security efforts; and providing a focus on performance and analysis and international aviation.
Kalinowski directs the ATO's daily contact with the Department of Defense, the national and individual military command levels and the Department of Homeland Security for all air transportation security issues.
During her 35-year career with the FAA, she has served in management and executive positions in human resource management, budget, communications, flight services, airspace management and design, aeronautical information management, and aviation safety. Notably, she was at the forefront of the redesign of airspace above the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia metropolitan areas — the busiest and most complex airspace in the Nation.
Kalinowski has received many awards during her career, including the Secretary of Transportation Gold Medals for outstanding achievement and leadership to address delays and aviation congestion in the New York area and for contributions to responses to the east coast earthquake and Hurricane Irene events.
Kalinowski holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Eckerd College and a master's degree in industrial psychology from the University of Central Florida.
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