Supporting the Community

Volunteer Committees

Community partnerships are essential to the airport achieving its mission to provide exceptional air service, customer service and financial management. Our community partners help serve as champions of new air service as well as ambassadors to the public by educating and informing the region of the activities and developments at both Reno-Tahoe International Airport and Reno-Stead Airport. The following groups help the airport achieve these goals:

Airport Noise Advisory Panel (ANAP)

The ANAP receives and assesses information on airport noise issues, provides recommendations to staff and the Board of Trustees on these issues and promotes greater communication within the community regarding airport noise.  Find out more information on ANAP.

Trustee Richard Jay, Chair
Trustee Art Sperber, Vice-Chair
Robert Chisel
Patrick Fisher
Chad Giesinger
Nathan Gilbert
Vince Griffith
Thomas Hill
Todd Hudson
Brandi Kjose
Lee Oscar
Jim Rundle
Taylor Russo
Chris Tolley
Laurance Wilson
Patrick Wink

There are several open positions on the Airport Noise Advisory Panel. If you are interested in participating on the Panel, please contact for more information.

Community Outreach Committee (COC)

The COC serves as a conduit of information between the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority and the citizens of the region. The COC members are constantly educated on airport developments and activities and then help promote two-way communication with the public.

Trustee Jessica Sferrazza, Chair
Richard Jay, Vice-Chair
Jennifer Baker
Charlene Bybee*
Jennifer Cunningham*
Elizabeth Fielder
Patrick Flynn
Karl Hutter
Michael Knox
Rick LaMay
Bob Lucey*
Laura Meaders
Rick Murdock
Thomas Petersen
Hillary Schieve*
Floyd Rowley
Ann Silver
Noah Silverman
Sharon Spangler
Jaime Tibaduiza
Roy Tuscany
Kalie Work
Vick Wowo

* Non-Voting Liaison

Regional Air Service Corporation

Originally formed in 2001 as the Regional Marketing Committee, the Regional Air Service Corporation (RASC) brings together public and private organizations and businesses to contribute marketing dollars and expertise to position and brand the Reno-Tahoe area as one region. Primary functions of the RASC include: supporting RTIA efforts to develop new nonstop air service from priority markets with marketing and promotional funding assistance; identifying and developing ongoing partnerships with specific airlines for increasing and maintaining air service; and promoting awareness of Reno-Tahoe air service through ongoing marketing efforts.

For more information on RASC and its members, please go to:

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