Bill Barbour, MSc
Barbour, MSc is Occupational Safety and Health Professional and
with the Federal Government (GS-13) and Lieutenant Colonel,
Safety, Aviation and Program Manager with the US Air Force Reserve.
Bill is a dynamic and experienced leader, manager, and team builder with a proven track record in a range of fields including safety, logistics, strategic planning, aviation, and training. He is an award winning safety professional responsible for transforming several organizations of diverse functions and sizes from relatively small to over 3,000 individuals.
He is an Air Force officer, instructor pilot, and veteran with 10 point federal preference. He has organizational and management skills involved with Transportation Commands strategic operational logistics needs as well as safety, training, scheduling and flight instructor positions.
His specialties include: safety, program management, training and team building, readiness, and logistics. He has a strong work ethic combined with communication and genuine people skills.
Bill earned his Bachelors in Political Science and Psychology at University of Colorado at Boulder in 1983. He earned his Masters in Aeronautical Science and Management at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2011.
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