Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has a new chief financial officer.
The Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District recently announced Basil Dosunmu as its new CFO and senior vice president of administration and finance.
Dosunmu, who currently serves as interim CFO for the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA), will assume the role on Sept. 25. He will replace Jack Murrin, who is retiring after 18 years at GSP.
“As GSP continues to grow, I am confident that Basil will help guide GSP to new heights,” said Dave Edwards, president and CEO of GSP, in a statement.
Dosunmu could not be reached for comment Monday.
GSP said Dosunmu has 24 years of auditing and accounting experience with various industries, including state and local governments. The airport said he served as a consultant focused on the areas of business process improvement and exploring and evaluating new business opportunities.
Dosunmu joined the MNAA in 2015 as assistant vice president of finance. He was later named interim CFO.
His responsibilities include planning, organizing, and directing the financial, accounting, and treasury activities of MNAA and MNAA Properties Corp., according to GSP.
From 2005 to 2011, Dosunmu served as an internal auditor for MNAA.
He worked for the Department of Human Services for the State of Tennessee as assistant commissioner and commissioner of finance and administration.
Dosunmu served as assistant director of accounting, assistant controller, senior financial analyst, and staff accountant for the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services.
His professional accreditations include Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Member of the American Association of Airport Executives, and several certifications for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
He is a member of the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Institute of Internal Auditors.
Dosunmu earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Rutgers University in Newark, N.J.
He joins GSP as the airport is preparing to continue its growth following the completion of its $125 million main terminal renovation Project WINGSPAN.
Edwards said in May, the airport has about $100 million in projects that will be completed during the next three to five years.
For more information, visit: www.gspairport.com.