Alaska Aerospace board mulls replacement of CEO

Associated PressJune 28, 2012 

A top official with the Alaska Aerospace Corp. says a special meeting will be held to discuss replacement of the corporation's departing CEO, Dale Nash.

Alaska Aerospace president and chief operating officer Craig Campbell says options for the corporation's board of directors include appointing a new CEO directly or launching an executive search. The board could decide to name an interim chief until Nash's replacement steps in.

Campbell says no date for the board meeting has been set.

Nash, who is leaving his present post July 27, has been named executive director of the Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority. He begins July 31.

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