Greg is a regularly consulted authority on air transportation, having been quoted in national publications including: The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, The Denver Post, The New York Times, Forbes and CNN.com. Raiff is a contributor on regional news features covering the air travel industry.
Greg has over 28 years’ experience at the helm of air transportation and services companies. His first business, StudentCity.com was founded in his Middlebury College dorm room in 1989 and subsequently acquired by TUI Travel PLC, a FTSE 100 leisure travel company listed on the London Stock Exchange (TT.L), with over 53,000 employees worldwide.
As Chief Financial Officer, Jacqueline Russ is responsible for enhancing the efficiency of all financial control systems, delivering new insights and analysis and providing superior visibility and guidance for the senior management team.
Jackie joined Private Jet Services in 2015, bringing with her significant financial and operational management experience.
Most recently she served as CFO of Rewards at Now Inc. in Dover, NH. Previously, she was a key part of the executive management teams at Vacation HotDeals Company, Home Brands and Newmarket International. Jackie earned a BS in Business Administration from UNH and lives in New Hampshire.
Belinda Braley is responsible for HR management in support of strategic and organizational goals. Belinda has over twenty years of HR management experience and holds responsibility for policy development and administration, recruiting and hiring, organizational development, legal compliance, benefits and compensation and functional support of mergers/acquisitions.
Prior to joining Private Jet Services, Belinda was Chief Human Resources Officer for GreenPages Technology Solutions. Previous to that role, Belinda was responsible for U.S. and Canadian HR operations for NUCRYST Pharmaceuticals.
Belinda holds a masters degree in organizational leadership and is an alumna of Leadership Seacoast. A Seacoast native, Belinda volunteers in support of local arts initiatives as well as organizations committed to ending child hunger.
Mike Klemm joined Private Jet Services in February of 2010. As the Director of Commercial Airliner Operations, he has responsibility for the operation of the PJS NHL Team Charter Program, the NCAA Team Charter Program, all ACMI programs, airliner sourcing, and all on-board PJS Flight Concierge.
Mike began his aviation career at Midwest (Express) Airlines, working his way through the ranks to ultimately run the entire Charter Department, overseeing all sales and operations, while specializing in professional and collegiate sports charters.
He grew up in Milwaukee, WI and is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He recently relocated to New Hampshire.
Dr. Delaune brings to PJS decades of experience in aerospace travel medicine. Dr. Delaune practices Emergency medicine in the Washington, D.C. area and serves as the medical director for SentinelMED where he is actively involved in the planning and execution of the aeromedical transportation of hundreds of patients each year. He has medical licenses in 5 states and was trained by NASA as a landing-site physician to care for astronauts in the event of an emergency landing prior to joining SentinelMED.
Dr. Delaune worked as an active duty U.S. Air Force flight surgeon at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida and Ramstein Air Base in Germany. He was called back to active duty in 2003. He was assigned to a forward operating base at the Baghdad airport where he was responsible for the initial evaluation and treatment of battlefield injuries and served as the primary Physician determining the “fitness to fly” for patients being evacuated out of the war zone.
Dr. Delaune completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Notre Dame graduated from the Tulane University School of Medicine and completed his Emergency Medicine residency at The George Washington University. He is a board-certified emergency Physician and a fellow in the American College of Emergency Physicians. He has been published in the journal Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine on “In-Flight Emergencies on Civilian Aircraft and wrote the chapter on Aeromedical Evacuation in the textbook “Expedition and Wilderness Medicine” which was published in 2008.
For the past 12 years Dr. Delaune has also served as the Chief Medical Officer for Europ Assistance USA a large global assistance company. He also serves on the Europ Assistance Group’s International Medical Director Committee and GBTA Travel Risk Committee. and was trained and certified by the U.S. Air Force as a Critical Care Aeromedical Transport Team.
Dr. Evans practices Emergency Medicine in Virginia and Maryland and serves as Managing Director of SentinelMED, where he oversees a team of medical escorts involved in the aeromedical transportation of hundreds of patients on commercial airlines each year. In the past, Dr. Evans worked for a large global assistance company serving as the Assistant Medical Director as well as a medical escort. Dr. Evans exploits his international medical knowledge to present at several local regional and national conferences including lectures on “Pandemic Influenza” and “Global Crisis Management.”
Dr. Evans received his undergraduate degree from Emory University completed his medical education at the University of Miami School of Medicine and residency training in Emergency Medicine at The George Washington University in Washington D.C. He is board certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine.