AAP Board of Directors
Founding Board Members
Don Roberts - Until his retirement in July of 2020, Don served as Lockheed Martin Fellow for Airowrthiness and Airworthiness Certification. Don brings over 33 years of expertise in Design, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, and Airworthiness Engineering gained working numerous civil and military programs at both Boeing and Lockheed Martin. While at Lockheed Martin he served on the Baylor University School of Engineering and COmputer Science Board of Advocates. Don currently serves as an Associate for Dayton Aerospace Inc. providing airworthiness expertise to multiple industry and government customers.  
Denna Mason - Mrs. Mason is an Airworthiness Certification Specialist for Lockheed Martin. In this role, she is responsible for the development and implementation of airworthiness improvement activities to ensure the necessary professionals, processes, procedures, tools and independent oversight are integrated across all Lockheed Martin Programs. Previously, Mrs. Mason was the Airworthiness Lead for the F-22, C-5, and P-3 Programs. She was responsible for establishing an airworthiness certification process and leading the airworthiness strategy, planning, reportability assessments, certification development, risk determination, compliance documentation and approval process support. She was also responsible for the integration of Airworthiness into the System Engineering processes.  
Mike Fox - Over forty years in the aircraft design, test, and certification field. Mr. Fox has focused on military aircraft while at General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin and advanced aircraft concepts while at NASA Langley Research Center. He has been an integral team member in numerous aircraft programs from the design through test flight phases. He led the origination of the F-35 Airworthiness Certification approach and process through the joint industry, government, and customer forum, which has resulted in providing U.S. and international customers with an airworthy aircraft for fleet operations.  
 Elected Board Members
David Cripps - Mr. Cripps served over twenty-six years on active duty in a variety of operational Army Aviation and acquisition assignments and rising to the rank of Colonel. His military career culminated after serving for three years as COmmander of the Army's flight test center and as the Army's senior experimental test pilot. Upon retirement from active duty, Dave returned to serving the nation as a Department of the Army Civilian with the Systems Readisness Directorate of the U.S. Army Combat Capability Development Command (DEVCOM) Aviation & Missile Center at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, where he currently serves as the Chief Airworthiness Engineer.  

Dawn McGarvey-Buchwalder - Ms. McGarvey Buchwalder has more than 30 years of experience in civil service. She began her career as a Crew Systems engineer at the Aeronautical Systems Division in Dayton, Ohio. Ms McGarvey-Buchwalder’ s career has had her leading life support programs on X-32, X-35, F-22, YF-22, YF- 23, KE-3A, and C-12 with a focus to ensure that warfighter protection was commensurate with aircraft capability. Appointed in August 2011, as the first Technical Advisor and Branch Chief for Airworthiness (AW), to execute Air Force Policy Directive 62-6, USAF AW, released June 2010.  
Sue Reviello - Sue Reviello is the senior airworthiness manager for Boeing Defense and Space (BDS) responsible for the oversight of military programs under the Product and Services Safety organization. She is responsible for the airworthiness of both domestic military and international military programs and has experience working with numerous airworthiness authorities. Sue is responsible for the creation and management of the enterprise European Military Airworthiness Requirements (EMAR) 21J military design organization (MDO) for international programs and holds a delegated authoriation for several international programs.
Prior to this, Sue was the airworthiness senior manager for the CH-47 Chinook helicopter program responsible for the successful airworthiness authorizations for several international programs. Previously, Sue was the senior software development manager for Future Combat Systems (FCS) and manager of the software development of the Comanche helicopter.
 Sue joined Boeing in 1991 and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Artss degree in Economics for East Stroudsburg University. She is the Boeing representative for the Airworthiness Defense Industry Advisory Group (ADAIG), a member of the Boeing Leadership Association, Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and Boeing Women in Leadership (BWIL) and is a USA Ice Hockey Level 4 certified coach and girls' varsity ice hockey coach.

Will Mahoney - Mr. Mahoney is the Director for Program Airworthiness at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems. In this role, he is responsible for manned and unmanned programs in the areas of Airworthiness and Airworthiness Certification. This includes ensuring the necessary engineering personnel, skills, processes, tools and independent oversight on programs. Prior to joining Northrop Grumman in 2014, Mr. Mahoney began his career at Sikorsky Aircraft as a structural test and certification engineer, supporting military and commercial programs. From there, he held engineering and leadership positions on various domestic and international development, manufacturing, and sustainment programs for United Technologies and General Atomics Aeronautical Systems.            


Robert Hanley - Mr. Hanley is currently the Senior Executive Director, Operations, at Sabre Systems, Inc. In his current position, Mr. Hanley focuses on cyber-security safety for DoD and non-DoD programs as well as providing airworthiness, systems engineering, and CYBERSAFE support to the DoN and other Federal Government agencies. Previously, Mr. Hanley was the Director of the Department of the Navy's (DoN) Airworthiness and CYBERSAFE Office, located at Patuxent River, MD. He oversaw the flight safety, cyber security safety, and airworthiness/CYBERSAFE certification of all of the Navy and Marine Corps' 4,000 plus manned and unmanned aircraft, to include all of the combat and non-combat aircraft flown by the DoN and numerous International Customers. Mr. Hanley served in that position from 2001-2017.