Tina Amereihn is the new Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA), Office of International Affairs, Director of the Europe, Africa & Middle East Office. She previously held the position as the FAA Chief of Staff to the Acting Administrator. Prior to serving as the Chief of Staff, she served as the Acting Assistant Administrator for Finance and Management (AFN). In 2012, Ms. Amereihn was assigned as the FAA's Chief Information Officer (CIO). She has served in that executive leadership role since she joined the Office of Finance and Management as the Deputy Assistant Administrator for Information and Technology Services. She managed the entire IT enterprise and had a day-to-day responsibility for all IT aspects including information delivery, infrastructure, operations, security, privacy, innovation, business partnership management, and performance management.
Ms. Amereihn served as the principal architect in creating the agency's IT service delivery model and establishing the AIT shared services organization. She oversaw more than 700 employees and 400 IT applications that support the agency's mission which enabled the FAA to seamlessly connect, interact, and respond to customers, stakeholders, and colleagues.
In 1983, Ms. Amereihn joined the FAA as a program analyst in a temporary summer position. Over her career, she worked as a computer specialist in various lines of business, in both field and headquarters positions, progressing in her career into management and executive positions. Most notably, she served the agency as the Acting Assistant Administrator for Human Resource Management; the Director of the Quality, Integration and Executive Services within the Aviation Safety organization; and Chief Information Officer of the Aviation Safety organization.
Ms. Amereihn earned a Bachelor of Science in Communications from Towson State University, and a Master of Science in Information System Technology from George Washington University.