The organization that runs Canada’s air-traffic control network will soon have a new pilot at the controls.
NAV Canada has announced that longtime executive Raymond Bohn has been appointed president and CEO effective Feb. 1. Bohn replaces former chief executive Neil Wilson, who will retire on Jan. 31.
Bohn is a familiar face at NAV Canada, a private, non-profit company headquartered in downtown Ottawa. He joined the organization in 2000, four years after it was created, as a senior manager of pensions and benefits and served in a variety of HR and finance roles.
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A Carleton University commerce graduate, Bohn was most recently NAV Canada’s executive vice-president and chief human resources officer.
“In these challenging times, we welcome Mr. Bohn’s experience and leadership and have every confidence that he will continue to build upon the success that NAV Canada has realized since its inception,” Marc Courtois, chair of the organization’s board of directors, said in a statement.