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ALPA Elects New Officers

October 27, 2022

ALPA Elects New Officers

The Board of Directors of the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA), elected new national officers to lead the world’s largest pilot union for the next 4 years. The election took place during the union’s 49th biennial Board meeting.

Capt. Jason Ambrosi, a Delta Air Lines pilot and current chair of the Delta Master Executive Council, was elected to serve as the union’s 12th president. Capt. Ambrosi is based in Atlanta, GA, where he flies the Boeing 757 and 767. Capt. Wendy Morse was elected the union’s first vice president. Capt. Morse is the Association’s first female national officer. She flies the Boeing 787 and is currently chair of the United local executive council in Chicago, where she has been a volunteer for decades. Capt. Tyler Hawkins was elected as ALPA’s vice president–administration/secretary. A Frontier pilot, he currently serves on ALPA’s Executive Council and flies the A320. JetBlue Capt. Wes Clapper was also elected vice president-finance/treasurer. Based in Los Angeles, Capt. Clapper flies the A320 and currently serves on the Association’s Executive Council. ALPA’s Board also elected a new roster of 10 executive vice presidents who, along with the four national officers and the ALPA Canada president, make up ALPA’s Executive Council. The Executive Council oversees fiscal and budgetary matters for the union and participates in policy decisions. The term for ALPA’s new national officers will begin on January 1, 2023.
   —Please visit https://www.alpa.org/news-and-events/newsroom/2022-10-19-national-officer-election to read more.