NAMPA, Idaho – Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) announces several leadership changes at its headquarters in Nampa.
David Fyock is MAF’s new vice president of operations, and will oversee MAF ministry work around the globe. Fyock has been with MAF since 1992. He served for 13 years in various positions overseas before relocating in 2005 to MAF headquarters where he held the role of chief financial officer and vice president of resources, then served as executive vice president for six years before being named to the operations role. Fyock resides in Nampa.
Rick Dickson has been named director of finance at MAF. Dickson has served many roles with MAF around the world. He was the organization’s southern Africa area manager, overseeing MAF operations in the countries of Lesotho, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe. He also spent six years as director of MAF’s Latin America region. In 2011 Dickson moved to Meridian to assume the role of senior director of field operations at MAF headquarters, a job he held until accepting the finance position. Dickson spent more than a decade in the defense industry prior to joining MAF.
Doug Harrison of Meridian has been named director of technology. Harrison spent many years leading information technology operations in both the private and public sectors before joining MAF in 2004. He most recently served as manager of member care at MAF, providing spiritual and counseling support for the organization’s staff around the globe. He previously held a management position with MAF in Asia. In his new role, Harrison will be responsible for the ministry’s worldwide IT and learning technology functions.
Doug Haley is MAF’s new director of advancement services, with responsibility for the organization’s gift processing and reporting functions, as well as donor services. Haley comes to MAF from the Seattle area, where he most recently served as firm administrator for a law office. He previously worked in fundraising for two different faith-based nonprofits. Haley lives in Nampa.
MAF is a Christian ministry organization that enables the work of hundreds of churches, medical organizations, and relief agencies across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. MAF-US operates a fleet of 52 aircraft and has some 600 staff worldwide, with 180 in the Treasure Valley.