American Airlines has revealed that Bev Goulet has been promoted to senior vice president and chief integration officer for American Airlines.
Last month, Goulet was appointed to lead the merger transition planning and integration coordination efforts with US Airways on behalf of American. Immediately prior to her appointment, she served as vice president of corporate development, treasurer and chief restructuring officer.
“For American, Bev has led the most successful airline restructuring in history, resulting in savings of more than $2 billion across the enterprise, and also played the lead role in the merger evaluation process,” said Tom Horton, chairman, president and chief executive officer, American Airlines.
“Bev is a talented leader who will play a significant leadership role in helping to establish a framework for the new American to be very successful.”
With Goulet’s move to the new position, Peter Warlick has been promoted to vice president and treasurer for American Airlines.
“We are fortunate to have an individual of Peter’s caliber on our team who is able to step into this key role. Peter has the depth and breadth of experience, having served in a number of key financial functions at American and having led major company-wide initiatives,” said Bella Goren, chief financial officer, American Airlines.
Previously, Warlick served as managing director of fleet development, where he has played a key role in helping to execute on American’s historic aircraft fleet order in July 2011. Prior to his role in leading American’s fleet development strategy, Warlick served in a variety of leadership positions within the Finance organization, including managing director of treasury and managing director of corporate finance and banking. Warlick joined American in 1994 as a financial analyst.
Warlick holds an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Denison University.