New Board Members Announced

For immediate release

October 10, 2017


SAINT JOHN, NB – The Saint John Airport has announced the appointment of two new members of the board of directors, Andrew Green and Shilo Boucher.

“We are delighted to welcome Andrew and Shilo to our board,” said Derrick Stanford, the airport’s president and CEO. “These are exciting times of growth at the Saint John Airport and we look forward to working with our new board members and their fresh perspectives. Their accomplishments in business and contributions to the community will prove invaluable to YSJ.”

Andrew Green has 15 years of experience offering professional accounting services at Green Webber & Company, where he became partner in 2013. He has lent his financial expertise, strategic advice and business acumen to numerous boards for both non-profit and private companies and provided leadership to entrepreneurs. Andrew has also served on the board of the Saint John Human Development Council.

For the past 11 years, Shilo Boucher has lead and provided strategic direction for the YMCA of Greater Saint John. As a chartered accountant, her skills encompass business development, financial management, human resource management, stakeholder management, strategic planning, financial analysis, budgeting and board governance. Shilo has more than seven years of extensive experience in public practice, and 10 years in the non-for-profit sector. She currently serves as vice-chair for the Credit Counselling of Atlantic Canada in addition to the Saint John Airport Board of Directors.

There are currently 12 members on the board of directors.

Members of the Saint John Airport Board of Directors are appointed by Federal, Provincial and Municipal governments, the Saint John District Labour Council, Saint John Board of Trade, Saint John Airport and Enterprises Fundy, Charlotte and Saint John.

To learn more about the board of directors, please visit the Saint John Airport’s website:


The Saint John Airport Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation serving air travel needs of 300,000 residents of southwestern New Brunswick spanning from Sussex to the Fundy Isles, and is a key element in the economic and social development of the region. All revenue of the Saint John Airport is reinvested in operations and facilities on-site.

For more information please contact Chairman Norm McFarlane or Saint John Airport President and CEO Derrick Stanford.
Office: 506-638-5555 or 506-644-8607 / E-mail:

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