Diaz is responsible for the overall management of the Houston Airport System’s three aviation facilities: George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) and Ellington Airport (EFD). He is one of the industry’s leading authorities in the study of future developments in commercial aviation.
As Deputy Director of the Houston Airport System, Saba manages the External Affairs division for Global Industry Relations and Government Affairs. She leads a variety of Business Development initiatives that together, provide a vital support network for new and expanded air service in Houston. This means a greater level of connectivity for millions of Houstonians, fueling economic growth.
Ian Wadsworth is the Chief Commercial Officer of the Houston Airport System (HAS), overseeing the commercial activities at HAS’ three airports, including air service development, airline affairs, concessions, parking, real estate, and marketing.
Arturo Machuca is the General Manager of the Houston Airport System’s Ellington Airport. Machuca oversees the daily operations and the development and implementation of policies and procedures at Ellington Airport. He is also the lead on the Houston Spaceport project.
Robert “Bob” Barker is the Chief Development Officer of the Infrastructure Division for the Houston Airport System (HAS). Barker is responsible for the effective planning to guide the long term capital development of Houston’s three airports, overseeing the administration of planning, design and construction contracts in support of the long term and short term capital projects, analyzing operations and implementing best practice policies and procedures at HAS.
J’Maine Chubb is responsible for the overall financial health of the Houston Airport System (HAS). As part of the Executive Team, the CFO provides financial leadership by working with the Executive Management Team to establish long-range financial goals, strategies and plans while also ensuring that short-term funding needs are met. Mr.
Chief Marketing, Air Service Development and Communications Officer
Houston Airport System
Molly Waits leads Houston Airports' Marketing, Air Service Development and Communications, MAC, division. She's a passionate aviation professional with 22 years in the industry, including 16 years with Houston Airports. With a track record of proven success, Waits brings a collaborative and cohesive management approach to her role in leading the division.