Mark A. Burger
Advisory Board Member
Aviation Meteorologist, Federal Aviation Administration
Center Weather Service Unit
250 S. Rogers Road
Olathe, KS 66061
Master of Business Administration, Colorado State University, 2010
Bachelor of Science, Atmospheric Science, University of Kansas, 1998
Mark began his career with NOAA’s National Weather Service upon graduation from the University of Kansas with Highest Distinction in 1998. He served at forecast offices in Wichita, as well as the San Francisco, San Joaquin Valley, and Eureka offices in California, attaining the level of Senior Meteorologist. In addition to leading several intra-office and regional programs and initiatives, Mark authored numerous published articles and was a regular presenter at regional and national conferences. Mark also served as an incident meteorologist for NOAA, with many on-site dispatches assisting land management agencies with containment of wildland fires across the western United States. Mark completed his Master of Business Administration degree from Colorado State University in 2010, and now serves as an aviation meteorologist providing guidance and consultation to the Federal Aviation Administration on air traffic planning and routing. In his spare time, Mark enjoys volunteering, astronomy, biking and hiking, and serves as Vice President of his local homeowners association.
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