Melbourne Orlando International Airport Selects Keely Leggett as New Public Information Officer

Leggett formerly served as the Public Information Officer for the City of Palm Bay

Melbourne Orlando International Airport officials have announced the hiring of Keely Leggett as the airport’s new Public Information Officer. Leggett formerly served as the Public Information Officer for the City of Palm Bay where she also acted as the city’s Emergency Management Coordinator. (MLB image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Melbourne Orlando International Airport officials have announced the hiring of Keely Leggett as the airport’s new Public Information Officer.

“We are excited to welcome Keely to the MLB team,” said Mark Busalacchi, Director of Marketing and Business Development.

“Her experience and skillset will be incredibly valuable as we continue to grow and expand our operations.”

Leggett formerly served as the Public Information Officer for the City of Palm Bay where she also acted as the city’s Emergency Management Coordinator.

Previously, she worked as Palm Bay’s Community Information Coordinator and Marketing Specialist for the Palm Bay Utilities Department.

Leggett is a member of the Space Coast Public Information Network and a former member of the Tourism Development Council’s Marketing Committee. She is a graduate of the University of Florida.

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Melbourne Orlando International Airport is an award-winning airport, crowned #1 Most Scenic Airport in North America by PrivateFly.com, and serves as the Coastal Gateway to Central Florida.

The airport is a public airport that is governed by a seven-member board appointed by the Melbourne City Council and the private sector and led by executive director Greg Donovan, A.A.E. The airport budget is part of the Melbourne municipal budget as the airport receives no local tax dollars.

A thriving hub for aviation, aerospace and high-technology business, the airport’s infrastructure and engineering-oriented workforce have attracted businesses that contribute over $1 billion of annual economic impact.

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