IIRC, she was treated very poorly by Miami's City Manager (who I believe was her boss), he blamed her for the vast majority of MIA
's problems, and for letting the AA
project costs get out of hand. She, in essence, was forced to resign, as I recall. I doubt there's much love in her heart for MIA
, if that has any bearing on B6
By the way, she's now pursuing a career that a lot of us airport management people turn to after we've gotten thoroughly sick and tired of the politicial BS
that we have to put up with most of the time as airport managers, she went to work for an airport planning consultant.
Props to her, she took a bad situation professionally, and turned into a major positive for herself.
Tom at MSY
"The criminal ineptitude makes you furious"-Bruce Springsteen, after seeing firsthand the damage from Hurricane Katrina