Jeffrey Vincent is the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Vice President for Air Traffic Services within the Air Traffic Organization (ATO). He is responsible for providing safe and efficient air navigation services to more than 42,000 flights and 2.5 million airline passengers across more than 29 million square miles of airspace.
Before assuming his current role, Mr. Vincent served as Vice President for Safety and Technical Training. In this role, he was responsible for the integration of safety and training standards into the provision of air traffic services.
Mr. Vincent began his FAA career in 1988 as an air traffic controller and has worked in several positions throughout the agency. He was an air traffic controller at Boston Logan and Charlotte Douglass International Airports. His leadership career began as a Front Line Manager at Birmingham International Airport and Houston Intercontinental Tower and TRACON. In 1999, Mr. Vincent returned to the Southern Region (ASO) and held various positions including Quality Control Group Manager, Operations Manager, Support Manager, Tower Manager culminating as the Director of Air Traffic Services, Eastern Service Area (North).