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CAG Holdings Hires Evans, Brumfield

CAG Holdings, The Carlyle Group’s dedicated U.S.-based, airport infrastructure investment arm, announces that former Reach Airports CEO Ginger Evans has been named its chief strategy officer, while former Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC) CEO Krystal Brumfield joins as chief of staff.

As chief strategy officer, Evans will be responsible for business development, competitive intelligence and strategic partnerships, including acquisitions, strategic alliances and investments. Evans previously served as the CEO of Reach Airports, the joint venture between CAG Holdings and Munich Airport to provide training, consulting and management services to the aviation sector.

“As an aviation thought leader, Ginger has led multiple billion-dollar capital projects throughout her career,” says CAG Holdings CEO Amit Rikhy. “Her background and industry expertise will support CAG to deliver top-notch results that help transform the aviation industry.”
Brumfield will be tasked with leading collaboration among CAG’s cross-functional teams and ensuring effective and streamlined operations in her new role as chief of staff.

“We look forward to leveraging Krystal’s public and private sector experience,” adds Rikhy. “She has built a reputation of delivering high-impact strategies to achieve results through her unique combination of legal knowledge and business acumen.”