Lauren Beyer

Cargo Airline Association President

A longtime aviation leader in the public and private sectors, Lauren Beyer is building and enhancing relationships with government partners to foster strong collaboration that prioritizes the safety and security of the global air cargo industry focusing on the importance and operational realities of the air cargo supply chain. Beyer is the president of the Cargo Airline Association, where she leads the association in promoting the all-cargo air carrier industry. She leads advocacy for the organization and is responsible for formulating industry policy and overseeing the association’s daily activities. Prior to joining the Cargo Airline Association Beyer served as the Vice President for Security and Facilitation at Airlines for America, where she represented the largest U.S. passenger and cargo airlines to the federal government on all security, cybersecurity, and passenger facilitation issues. Beyer also served as the Director for Aviation and Surface Transportation Security at the National Security Council, where she was responsible for directing and coordinating national aviation security policies. Beyer held several positions at the Transportation Security Administration managing engagement with transportation security stakeholders across Europe, Africa and the Middle East. She served in various roles in the Office of Policy at the Department of Homeland Security including leading engagement with the Presidency of the European Union while stationed in Budapest, Hungary and Warsaw, Poland.

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