Corporate Aircraft Association announces new leadership


Corporate Aircraft Association, a leading jet fuel program in the United States, has announced that David Scobey was named president and chief executive officer.

In addition, the company announced that PJ Clark, who has been acting president for the last six months, has been promoted to chief operating officer of the association. These changes are effective immediately.

Scobey is the retired president and CEO of AT&T Southeast. He served for six years as the chairman of the
board of Lipscomb University, was the past chairman of the TBM Owners and Pilots Association, and
served on the Board of CAA for the last two years.

Scobey received a BS Degree in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University and is a graduate of the Harvard University Advanced Management Program.

“David is the right leader for CAA at this time,” said CAA chairman of the board Joe Budd. “I’m confident
David’s extensive business management and leadership experience will be invaluable as we seek to enhance and grow our association.”

“I’m excited to join the great team at CAA in this leadership role,” said Scobey. “I believe we can
make our fuel program even more valuable for our members while growing the number of incredible FBO
partners we have.”

“I am excited that the board is recognizing PJ Clark’s effective daily operations of our association,”
said Scobey. “She is a wonderful leader of our operations and customer service team and well
respected by the board, our members, our FBO partners, and our employees.”

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