Denver International Airport names new Chief Financial Officer
Posted: 16 July 2010 | Denver International Airport (DIA) | No comments yet
Denver International Airport (DIA) today announced that Patrick Heck has been promoted to Deputy Manager of Aviation for Finance and Administration…
Denver International Airport (DIA) today announced that Patrick Heck has been promoted to Deputy Manager of Aviation for Finance and Administration. Having worked for the City and County of Denver’s Department of Aviation for four years, Patrick formerly worked as DIA’s Deputy Manager of Revenue Development.
Patrick will serve as DIA’s Chief Financial Officer and will oversee the Finance and Administration Department. The department is charged with performing a diverse array of financial functions for the airport, a highly complex enterprise that generates over $550 million in annual revenues, and is responsible for $22.3 billion in annual economic impact to the region.
“We are very excited to name Patrick Heck as our CFO. He emerged during the nation-wide search as the best and most qualified person to take this airport into the future. He has demonstrated the leadership and skills needed to manage the complex and varied financial challenges our airport will face in the future,” said Kim Day, Manager of Aviation.
Patrick started working for DIA in 2006 as Strategic Advisor to the airport and he previously held a variety of positions with United Airlines in the Flight Operations division. He holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Denver.