Dan Boivin, who’s been a member of the Metropolitan Airports Commission since 2002, has been named chair of the commission by Gov. Mark Dayton.
Boivin, of Minneapolis, is the executive vice president and general counsel for SeeChange Health, a health insurance and technology company.
He had been Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak’s representative on the MAC, currently serving as chair of its Human Resources and Affirmative Action Committee.
MAC operates the seven metro area airports.
Said Boivin: “Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport is the 12th busiest airport and one of the largest economic engines between Chicago and the West Coast and is consistently ranked by passengers as one of the best large airports in the world. I look forward to working with everyone to keep MSP and its six reliever airports one of the safest, most convenient and efficiently run airports in the world.”