Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation Names New Director of Business Technology

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Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation today announced it has hired Tatyana (Tanya) Ershova to the position of Director of Business Technology, reporting directly to Managing Director of Information Technology Jeff Joy. In her new role, Ershova will be responsible for application development & support, software architecture and database administration.

Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation today announced it has hired Tatyana (Tanya) Ershova to the position of Director of Business Technology, reporting directly to Managing Director of Information Technology Jeff Joy. In her new role, Ershova will be responsible for application development & support, software architecture and database administration.

“Tanya is an excellent addition to our IT leadership team. She brings tremendous experience and energy into the position” noted Joy. “I look forward to her contributions as we continue to leverage our technology platform.”

Ershova brings extensive software development and SharePoint experience to her new role. Prior to joining the team, she was most recently a Team Lead at Appleton Papers Inc. focusing on business process automation and business intelligence.

Ershova earned a M.S. in Computer Science from Marquette University, Milwaukee and a M.S in Mathematics from Ural State University, Ekaterinburg, Russia.

Air Wisconsin, the largest privately held regional airline in the United States, operates as US Airways Express, scheduling nearly 500 departures per day to 70 cities in 26 states and two Canadian provinces. The fleet includes 70 Canadair Regional Jets (CRJ-200). Additionally, Air Wisconsin performs ground-handling services for United Express at United’s Washington Dulles International hub and 22 other cities throughout the country.
Additional information can be found at http://www.airwis.com.

Contact: Corporate Communications
920-475-7007
corporatecommunications(at)airwis(dot)com

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