DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR at OIAA | Atif Elkadi has been named deputy executive director of the Ontario International Airport, the Ontario International Airport Authority announced Tuesday, Aug. 14.
Elkadi, 41, has been promoted to the newly created position from his role as chief commercial officer, according to a news release from the OIAA.
He has been responsible for a broad portfolio of communication activities including community engagement, social media, marketing, advertising and public relations. He will maintain his current responsibilities for marketing, communications and external affairs, the release states. Prior to joining ONT in November 2017, Elkadi was senior corporate communications manager at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, where he developed the airports communications strategy and implemented its strategic communications initiatives, according to the release. He also managed internal communications, customer service communications and social media for Dubai International Airport.
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