ACC News | Letter from the 2024 Annual Committee Chair

As leaders within the aviation industry, we often hear clients discuss how to find the best balance between state-of-good repair projects and significant capital improvements. The 2024 Annual Conference Committee reflected on this and realized that we are often in the same situation, balancing strategic initiatives and client projects while taking care of daily corporate responsibilities and supporting the ongoing development of ourselves and our team – all while striving to maintain a semblance of personal balance!

CHAIR
Linell Olecki, C.M.
AECOM

As ACC’s Annual Conference Chair, I’m thrilled to unveil our theme for this year: “Evolving Beyond a State of Good Repair”! This theme encapsulates our commitment to propelling the industry forward by delving into its current state, fostering insightful discussions through specialized breakout sessions including firm forums, and collectively ideating on hot topics such as the transformative impact of AI on our sector. We will aim to transition from merely “Striving to Thriving” by incorporating health and wellness-focused sessions, interspersed with active networking opportunities throughout the conference.

In addition to our sessions, and aligned with ACC’s commitment to embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion, we are excited to introduce our inaugural “Women in Aviation” Breakfast—an initiative to foster an inclusive discussion. Furthermore, we will continue our tradition of supporting the ACC Foundation during the conference and have also planned a community outreach event for the morning of Monday, October 21st. More details to come on these initiatives so please plan your travel accordingly!

As we finalize the conference agenda, I hope you will mark your calendars, or have AI save the dates, for Scottsdale from October 21st to 23rd. We are collectively committed to reuniting and reinvigorating attendees, so you leave with renewed energy and purpose in your aviation, and personal, lives.

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