Two new vice presidents have joined the senior management team at the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. 

As the new vice president for Audit, Charles Turley will lead a team that conducts internal audits and advises the board of directors and CEO of the results of financial, operational and information system audits. Turley brings more than 20 years of diverse leadership experience, having most recently served as a director in the assurance division at CliftonLarsonAllen, a professional services company specialising in wealth advisory, outsourcing, audit, tax and consulting services.  

He has held roles as an audit executive, chief data officer and assistant inspector general working for notable companies and government entities, among them the US Postal Service Office of the Inspector General, KPMG LLP, and the US Department of Agriculture. 

Turley is a member of several professional organisations, including the Institute of Internal Auditors, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, National Association of Black Accountants and Association of Government Accountants. He also served in the US Marine Corps. Turley earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Illinois-Chicago and a master’s degree in accounting from Strayer University. 

Stephen Stoycos has been named the new vice president for Real Estate and will be part of the Office of Engineering and Capital Development. Stoycos brings to the Airports Authority a broad 30-year management background in the real estate, asset management and hospitality businesses. 

Several years prior to joining the Airports Authority, Stoycos led advisory efforts for Hotel Asset Value Enhancement, an asset management firm for the hotel industry, and worked for a private client in real estate. He also spent a decade at Choice Hotels International, where he managed the company’s global efforts in asset management, capital deployment and acquisitions/dispositions. A member of the senior leadership team, he led key client partnerships and corporate real estate investment for the company. 

Stoycos also worked as a senior vice president at Marriott International, where he was a business development leader and sourced, structured, negotiated and closed more than $3bn in capital transactions. Prior to his real estate hospitality experiences, Stoycos performed various leading roles in commercial real estate capital markets. He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration and finance from Wittenberg University. 

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