The Midlands Aerospace Alliance (MAA) members and board directors have re-elected Stephen Molloy, aerospace, defence and industrials director, for quality management service provider, G&P, to its board for a third term.
The appointment, which was confirmed during the organisation’s latest annual general meeting, will see Molloy continue to help guide the organisation’s strategy and shape the support on offer to its members.
“The Midlands Aerospace Alliance continues to go from strength to strength so I’m incredibly proud to be re-elected to the board for a third term,” comments Stephen Molloy. “The organisation represents one of the largest aerospace clusters in the world, so it’s an honour that coming from a service organisation, I can offer a valued insight and an alternative perspective, and I look forward to making further positive contributions.”
Molloy, who was originally elected to the board in 2019, is a chartered engineer with a wealth of international experience in the airframe and power generation environments. For the last six years he has, and will continue to spearhead G&P’s quality management activities in the aerospace, defence and other industries.
Originally established in 2003, the MAA was formed to support and represent the interests of the aerospace industry across the Midlands. Today, the MAA has more than 300 members comprising companies who make “flying parts” as well as a significant proportion who make equipment for design, testing and manufacturing, or provide specialist services.
“G&P has been a long-term supporter of the Midlands Aerospace Alliance so we are naturally supportive of Stephen and delighted that he has been re-elected to the board,” comments Dino Kyriacou, CEO, G&P. “The MAA represents a diverse range of organisations from across the aerospace industry and it is great to see everyone working together to ensure that aerospace companies within the Midlands are ideally placed to operate competitively on the world stage.”