Jazz Air LP announces executive appointments
Aug. 7, 2008, Halifax - Today, Jazz Air LP President and CEO Joseph Randell announced the following executive appointments. As
August 7, 2008 By Carey Fredericks
Aug. 7, 2008, Halifax – Today, Jazz Air LP President and CEO Joseph Randell announced the following executive
appointments. As part of Jazz's ongoing cost-saving initiatives, and to
re-assign the duties of its recently vacated position of Chief Operating
Officer, the following executive reorganization has been implemented. These
individuals will report to Joseph Randell and are effective immediately
Nick Careen has been appointed Senior Vice President Operations.
Mr. Careen was appointed Vice President, Systems Operations Control and
Airports on September 3, 2007. His career in the airline industry began with
Air Nova in 1994 and has included various positions within Operations. In
addition to his current areas of responsibility, Inflight Services and Flight
Operations will be added to his division.
Colin Copp has been appointed Senior Vice President Employee Relations.
Mr. Copp previously held the position of Vice President, Employee Relations,
and began his career with AirBC over twenty years ago. Mr. Copp is responsible
for Labour Relations, Human Resources and Corporate Development, Employee
Payroll, Pension and Benefits, and Corporate Communications.
Jolene Mahody has been appointed Senior Vice President Operations
Support. Ms. Mahody previously held the position of Vice President, Corporate
Strategy, and began her career with Air Nova sixteen years ago serving in
various finance roles. In addition to Ms. Mahody's current responsibilities
for Six Sigma, Project Management, and Strategic Procurement, the departments
of Maintenance and Engineering, and Facilities will be added to her division.
"I've enjoyed working with Nick, Colin and Jolene for many years and have developed a deep respect for their expertise and personal integrity," said
Joseph Randell, President and Chief Executive Officer, Jazz. "The extensive
organization as we continue to navigate Jazz towards future growth and