Memphis City Council Approves Appointment of Belinda Anderson to Airport Authority Board

The Memphis City Council has approved the appointment of Belinda Anderson to the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority (MSCAA) Board of Commissioners. Anderson, who was nominated by City of Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland, will serve her new term from January 1, 2022, until December 31, 2028.

Belinda Anderson

Anderson has extensive experience in the airline industry, beginning as a flight attendant for Republic Airlines and later managing the airline’s Memphis Worldclub, which later become the Delta Skyclub. She served for seven years on the Tennessee Aeronautics Commission, which maintains oversight of funding and regulatory related issues for the state’s commercial and general aviation airports.

An active community volunteer, Anderson currently serves as an Executive Board member for both the Levitt Shell and Leadership Memphis. She formerly served as a board member for Memphis Tourism, Mid-South Fair, Overton Park Conservancy, and the Memphis Symphony Orchestra. Anderson is a member of the 2001 Leadership Memphis class.

“Belinda Anderson is a dedicated public servant, and her experience in the aviation industry will enrich the important work of our Airport Authority,” said Mayor Strickland.