Mr. Frank M. Halley is the visionary and founder of Medical Air Services Association (MASA Assist). He has always been its Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board. Mr. Halley's dream of a Medical Air Services Association evolved from many years of work in both the insurance field as a top executive and as the owner of a fleet of fixed-wing, jet aircraft which were at times used by the UCLA Medical Center to transport donor organs to recipients. Participating in this lifesaving work triggered in Mr. Halley the recognition that an air ambulance service resolving the emergency needs of people anywhere in the world was absolutely necessary, and that it had to be affordable and available to people when and where they needed it.
Mr. Timothy W. Green served as corporate counsel for Medical Air Services Association from 1985 until he became the President in 1994. His background in law has continued to be an asset in the company's evolution and management. Extremely experienced, Mr. Green represented many insurance companies while in private practice prior to joining MASA. His legal expertise has ensured that MASA Assist is a company that is both aware of and follows precisely all the rules and statutes governing emergency evacuation that exist in countries all over the world. He can assure association members that MASA's services are rendered expertly, successfully, and legally.
Mr. Randall Halley is MASA's Vice President and Corporate Management Executive. He ensures that MASA's day to day operations run flawlessly. Supervising all air transports, he makes certain that case managers and crew members meet all the needs of an association member. He also manages all computer operations and systems. Well experienced in data control and processing, he has created a system that is accurate and protected, so that members are assured of their privacy.