The Colorado Division of Aeronautics announced recently that it has selected Aviation Planner Todd Green as the organization’s Program Manager.
In his new role as Program Manager, Green will provide direct oversight to the Division’s various programs including the Colorado Discretionary Aviation Grant (CDAG) Program, Airport Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Web-Based Information Management System (WIMS), and the Automated Mountain Weather Observing Systems (AWOS) Program.
Green is a 2007 graduate of the University of Nebraska at Kearney with a B.S. degree in Aviation Systems Management. He began his aviation career in 2008 as an airport intern at Centennial Airport where he later became the airport’s Planning, Noise, and Environmental Specialist.
Green began working at the Colorado Division of Aeronautics in 2012 as an Aviation Planner responsible for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) 5010 Airport Safety Inspections, airport CIP planning, and airport pavement evaluations. Todd’s efforts were also key in the development and implementation of the internationally recognized Colorado General Aviation Sustainability Program, and the WIMS Program.