Marc Freeman joined NBAA in July 2008 with 25 years of experience in accounting and finance. As the chief financial officer, he directs and provides strategic leadership over the financial affairs of the Association and its related entities in conjunction with the president and CEO and the Board of Directors.
Prior to joining NBAA, Freeman was vice president of finance and corporate controller of DeltaGEE, Inc., where he was responsible for financial reporting, auditing and tax compliance for an international group of start-up companies. Freeman was controller and then chief financial officer for Truland Systems Corporation, a group of companies with revenue exceeding $300 million, for nearly nine years. At Truland, he was responsible for financial operations including reporting, budgeting, auditing, strategic planning, risk management, investment portfolio management, tax compliance and planning.
Freeman also served as assistant controller with Population Services International and more than two years with two regional CPA firms. He graduated with honors from the State University of New York, College at Oswego in 1983 with a major in accounting and a minor in economics. He is a licensed certified public accountant.
Last updated April 2009