Krystal Brumfield, who resigned earlier this month as president and CEO of the Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC), has been named the first chief of staff of Reach Airports, the U.S.-based airport management joint venture between Munich Airport International and the Carlyle Group’s CAG Holdings.

Brumfield, who served three years as the AMAC leader, will be the senior advisor to Reach Airports CEO Ginger Evans and the company’s senior leadership team.

“Krystal is a well-regarded senior executive in the U.S. airports network,” says Evans. “Her deep experience in community development and best business practices based on her legal and legislative background provide the credentials Reach Airports desires to support our aviation clients, connect to communities and move our U.S. airports forward smartly.”