President & CEO
Eboni Wimbush is the President & CEO of the Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC). In this role, Eboni continues AMAC's nearly 40-year rich history and legacy of advancing equitable opportunities and maximum participation for minorities and women throughout the aviation and aerospace industries. She provides strategic leadership, oversees the national office, collaborates with committee chairs, and strengthens relationships with AMAC's industry partners, advocacy organizations, local, state and federal governments, among other key stakeholders.
Most recently, she served as the Deputy Director of the Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Children & Family Success. She was responsible for advancing all of the work across the agency, including building and implementing the strategies and systems to operationalize the City’s $100 million eviction prevention program in response to the global pandemic, as well as leading the agency’s contracting, human resources, grant compliance and equity strategy.
Previously, Eboni served as Chief of Staff at the Baltimore City Department of Transportation. She was responsible for the Office of Communications and Legislative Affairs and External Affairs. Additionally, she served as a key advisor to the Director overseeing the day-to-day management, operations and performance activities of the agency’s 1,250 employees and $250 million budget.
Before joining Baltimore City and over two decades, Eboni had a distinguished private sector career with Fortune 500 companies, including FedEx Corporation, Johnson Controls and Siemens where she held leadership roles, gaining a depth and breadth of knowledge and experience in developing and building energy infrastructure projects and delivering outcomes.
Eboni holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. She resides in Alexandria, Virginia and is an active member of Alfred Street Baptist Church, where she serves as the President of the College Ministry. Eboni is a proud parent of one son.
Vice President, Education & Advisory Services
Jeanette Saunders is a distinguished professional with over 25 years of successful Strategic Planning & Performance, Organizational Development, Human Resources Management, Strategic Talent Management, Change Management and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) experience, including 15 years in the aviation industry both as a consultant and as an airport executive. Her work has helped multiple airports and other organizations receive national, industry, and local awards and recognitions pertaining to overall performance, talent management and DEI.
Ms. Saunders comes to AMAC from Jacobsen|Daniels, an aviation Planning, Operations and Implementation firm, where she performed as the Vice President of Management Services & Strategy, leading a team of project managers, consultants and analysts in customized management strategies and solutions designed to achieve organizational success and competitiveness, including developing culturally competent organizations. She also serves as Vice Chair of AMAC’s Aviation Professional Development Committee.
Prior to joining Jacobsen|Daniels, Ms. Saunders served as the President/CEO of the Presidents’ Council Minority Business Chamber & Foundation, helping minority-owned businesses grow and thrive as well as advocating for state and local policies that advance a stronger, more economically vibrant minority community. She also previously held positions as the Chief Administrative Officer & Chief of Staff for the Cleveland Airport System (CAS). She oversaw all aspects of the airport management and managed the organization’s strategic priorities in collaboration with 42 direct and indirect reporting Executives and Senior Managers. During her tenure at CAS, she helped the organization receive the ACI-ASQ 2009 “Most Improved Airport in the Industry” and the 2014 ACI-NA “Diversity Inclusion Champion Award.” Her accomplishments also awarded her Crain’s Business Magazine 2012 HR Executive of the Year.
Senior Manager, Programs & Operations
Andre Titus is the Senior Manager of Programs & Operations for the Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC). For nearly 40 years, AMAC has worked to create economic equity, access and wealth for minorities and women in the aviation industry. In this role, Andre leads and directs ongoing activities to promote efficient daily operations of AMAC. He works closely with the AMAC President & CEO to identify opportunities for process improvement and future growth. He also supports a variety of strategic initiatives. Andre is a familiar face to the AMAC community. He previously served in various leadership positions, including Northeast Regional Director for the AMAC Board of Directors (2020–2023) and Vice Chair of the AMAC Government Affairs Committee (2022–2023).
Most recently, he was the Compliance Manager at Marketplace Development at Boston Logan International Airport (2018–2023) and was an integral part of the Concession Program Management Team. He oversaw the airport's ACDBE-certified firms to ensure all program participants complied with ACDBE Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations. This included assisting all new ACDBE applicants during the certification process and monitoring existing certified firms to ensure the timely submission of annual renewal documentation. Andre was also responsible for reviewing all joint venture applications and operating agreements. He worked with the local certifying authority, Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport), to ensure all joint ventures complied with FAA Joint Venture Guidance. Finally, he prepared and conducted outreach programming for the MarketPlace and Massport Annual Diversity Business Summit.
Before his aviation industry career, he worked with state and community organizations for eight years and has extensive experience processing M/WBE and DBE applications. His passion for enhancing the development and implementation of diversity strategies to increase the capacity of socially and economically disadvantaged individuals and his fresh perspective, along with his experience and continued growth, puts him in a unique position to support small business owners in the community. Andre has a Bachelor of Liberal Arts from the University of Massachusetts.