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Greg Huseth Sr 2017Greg Huseth, Sr. (BIO) 10/28/2018

Greg Huseth, Sr. of Stone Mountain/Tucker, Georgia, is a longtime pilot, aviation advocate, and current member of EAA 690, EAA, and the Vintage Aircraft Association. He began flying in the afternoons between classes while teaching in South Carolina in 1983. A private pilot since then, he and his wife Jeri have traveled in their co-owned classic Cessna aircraft widely and regularly throughout Georgia and the US, plus an international trip to the Bahamas.

Greg graduated with a BSBA from Denver University and a MPA from Georgia State University. He holds certificates in Management Development and Information Technology (IT) Management from Georgia Institute of Technology (GIT). Teaching curriculum and professional education courses, he supervised the instruction of management and technology courses in the South Carolina Technical College system for three and a half years; completed a seventeen year stint with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT); and served fifteen years with the GIT as a Senior Manager and Instructor; and consulted with business, industry, government, and non-profit organizations.

Greg further served the State of Georgia on the Statewide Aviation System Plan Advisory Committee and the Consultant Selection Committee for the Airport Pavement Management Plan and various committees, and task forces representing the GDOT. In addition to his role at GIT, he served three years as Co-Chairman of the Georgia Aerospace Policy Working Group consisting of a state-wide committee of representatives from industry, academia, and government working together to identify key interest areas of the industry to educate, advocate, and focus state level resources on the needs of the aerospace industry for both current companies and to attract new companies. Greg has wide research interests that include Economic Development, Transportation Policy (Aviation, Supply Chain and Logistics), and IT Policy (Privacy, Modernization). Current work progresses on advanced aviator ratings, staying current in day/night VFR and Eagle Flights, and is exploring technology application and policy in electric propulsion of training, vintage, and classic aircraft.

Greg is a native of Georgia and has deep roots in South Georgia and Florida. Jeri and Greg have two children, Greg Jr. (a police officer and a pilot) and Grace (a professional writer and coach). Greg is a current and active member of the Metro Atlanta Aero Club, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, Peachtree DeKalb Airport Association, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Flying Club, and other fraternal and church organizations.