WBAT Program Manager
Universal Technical Resource Services (UTRS)
Kamron Githens has been in the aviation industry since 1996. After ten years serving in the U.S. Army working on CH-47 helicopters, he transitioned to Lockheed Martin where he built and tested F-16Blk 60 and F-35 aircraft. In 2006, Kamron started his commercial aviation safety career at Southwest Airlines (SWA), where he helped create algorithms for the Flight Data Analysis Program (FDAP) and developed safety-of-flight information to distribute to SWA flight crews, relevant SWA departments, and required industry and government entities. He then managed the FDAP program for six years. In 2014, Kamron moved to American Airlines, becoming the FOQA Manager.
Since 2015, Kamron has worked for Universal Technical Resource Services (UTRS) on the Aviation Division team as the WBAT Program Manager. In this capacity, he currently manages over 200 operators from all aspects of the U.S. commercial aviation community. As part of his role, he facilitates the initial setup of new implementations of the WBAT platform as well as manages enhancements and upgrades to ensure that the WBAT platform is in compliance with the FAA’s SMS requirements and meets the needs of the community.