Eugene Airport Management Team
Tim Doll, A.A.E., Airport Director
Tim Doll has been airport director for the since April 2007. Prior to moving to Eugene, Tim was the director of operations at Little Rock National Airport in Arkansas. Tim has over 24 years of airport management experience and has worked at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport and Richmond International Airport prior to his time in Little Rock. Tim is an accredited member of American Association of Airport Executives and serves on the AAAE Policy Review Committee, AAAE Board of Examiners as well as the International Association of Airport Executives Board of Directors. He is a past President of the Southeast Chapter of AAAE, the Northwest Chapter of AAAE, and the Oregon Airport Management Association. Tim has a degree in Airport Management from Arizona State University.
Cathryn Stephens, A.A.E., Assistant Airport Director
Cathryn Stephens, A.A.E., came to the Eugene Airport in January 2007 where she is now assistant airport director overseeing the day to day operations of EUG. An Accredited Airport Executive, Cathryn is an officer of the Northwest Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives. She has served as an accreditation final interview panel member and as an active participant on several national and regional conference committees for the AAAE organization. She is past president of the Oregon Airport Management Association. Prior to her work in the aviation industry, Cathryn worked for 16-years in television news as a reporter, anchor, producer, and photographer, in addition to some work in radio and newspaper. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Technical Journalism from Oregon State University and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Applied Information Management at the University of Oregon.
David Barbero, Director of Finance and Administration
David Barbero has been the director of finance and administration at the Eugene Airport since October 2011 and is in charge of both operational and capital budgets, grant administration, contracts, and fiscal reporting. David earned his Master’s in Business Administration/Public Administration in 2009 and has over 20 years of experience in public finance and program administration. Prior to coming to the Airport, David managed intergovernmental contracts between County, State, and Federal organizations, worked with at-risk youth in vocational training, and assisted veterans accessing education and re-employment resources. David has owned several small businesses over the years, enjoys traveling, and is an avid photographer in his free time.
Randi Begnaud, Landside Development Manager
Born and Raised in Eugene, Oregon, Randi first started at working at age 15 with the Lane County Sheriff’s Office. A graduate of North Eugene High School, earned certification in Office Administration in 2001 from LCC. In 2003, Randi started her Airport/Aviation career working for SkyWest Airlines in Eugene. Randi worked 4 years on the ramp, ticket counters, boarding gate, and other administrative duties. In March 2011, Randi was hired with the City of Eugene - Airport Administration Office as the senior administrative specialist. Her passion for the aviation industry and willingness to take on more projects landed a promotion in 2014 as the landside development manager. Randi’s everyday duties include ground transportation policy and permit reviews, tenant relations for the Airport’s ground transportation tenants, industrial development, and executive assistant to the airport director and airport advisory committee. Randi is currently studying for the certified member exam with the American Association of Airports Executives. In her spare time she loves to travel, Oregon Duck Football, along with various other sports, and spend time with family and friends. She has one dog named Wilson.
Airport Services Manager - TBA
Dan Durazo, Project Compliance Manager
Daniel Durazo, came to the Eugene Airport from the City of Eugene's engineering department in 2009 as the Airport Project Manager. Daniel oversees the day to day construction operations at the Airport. Daniel is responsible for managing construction of both airside-landside development and maintenance facilities. Part of Daniel's day to day operations include; project planning, coordinating work with government regulatory agencies to ensure activities comply with federal, state and local laws, policies along with rules and regulations. Daniel also works closely with consultants and contractors overseeing the construction design review.
Tammie Hartje, A.C.E., Airport Security Manager, AIC
Tammie started with the City of Eugene in October 2002 and joined the Eugene Airport Administration in December 2004. In 2006, Tammie moved into Airport Operations as the Airport Compliance Coordinator, administering the credentialing program and regulatory manuals. She worked closely with the TSA as an alternate Airport Security Coordinator to ensure regulatory compliance. In November 2016, Tammie accepted the Acting in Capacity role of Airport Security Manager. Tammie has a Bachelor of Science from Western Oregon University. Tammie has earned her Airport Certified Employee (A.C.E) accreditation in Airport Security and is currently studying for the Certified Member exam with the American Association of Airports Executives. Tammie loves to travel, and spending time with family and friends in her spare time.
Jody McNatt, A.C.E., Airport Operations Manager, AIC
Jody McNatt began her career at the Eugene Airport in August 2002 as an Airport Parking Control Officer and later moving to Facilities Maintenance as an Airport Worker 1. In 2006, Jody was promoted to Airport Operations and Security as an Airport Operations Duty Officer. During this time, Jody has earned multiple certifications, such as, NATA Certified Fueling Agent Inspector and an accreditation as an Airport Certified Employee (A.C.E) in Airport Operations. In November 2016, Jody accepted the role as Acting in Capacity Airport Operations Manager. When Jody is not at the airport, she enjoys traveling and spending time with family.
Mike McNatt, Airside-Landside Maintenance Manager
Mike McNatt began his career at the Eugene Airport in 2002. Mike started his career at EUG in the airport operations department, later moving to airside-landside maintenance department where he became the Lead Worker. Mike was promoted to airside-landside maintenance supervisor in 2014, overseeing airfield compliance with FAA standards and landscaping on the public areas.
Steve Nicholas, Terminal Maintenance Manager
Steve Nicholas began his career working for Burlington Northern Railroad in Galesburg, Illinois, building train trusses and maintaining buildings for the railroad. In 1976, Steve relocated to Oregon working as a general contractor building custom homes and remodels. In 1983, he went to work for Housing and Urban Development Department, supervising the maintenance of 1200 single family low income homes, 5000 section 8 units, and farm worker housing. Steve started his work for the City of Eugene in 2006 when he was hired first as the airport worker 4 and then promoted to the airport maintenance supervisor. In his spare time he enjoys quiet time with the family, camping and being outdoors, Duck Football, hunting, dirt biking, boating, snowmobiling, riding quads, carpentry, home projects and spending time with the family’s two dogs Samantha and Jessie.
Mike Paterson, C.M., Environmental Project Manager
Mike Paterson is the environmental project manager at the Eugene Airport. Administering several programs and projects, including the storm water 1200-Z permit and the Spill Control Plan. He has been on the EUG team since July 2015. Mike previously worked for another municipality and has served in the United States Air Force Reserve for more than ten years. Mike recently completed his Masters of Science in Information Technology with a concentration of Information Assurance and Security. Mike also attained the Certified Member status through the American Association of Airport Executives. Mike enjoys spending his free time with his beautiful wife and young son. Together they spend time with the family’s two Rottweilers and restoring their classic cars.