Keysha Dampeer is the Director of Airline Relations for Airspace, dedicated to bringing logistics into the 21st century. By creating the most trusted delivery network in the world.  Keysha serves as a strategic advisor and strengthens Airspace’s growing network of airline partnerships as part of the company’s operations team. With the goal of designing effective solutions, Dampeer develops new success measures, enhances processes to improve offerings, and builds on the trusted foundation of longstanding partnerships. Airspace is a tech-enabled, time-critical logistics company headquartered in Carlsbad, CA, with other offices in Dallas, TX, and throughout Europe.

 Keysha began her career with Southwest Airlines in 1997. She held numerous Leadership/Management roles on multiple platforms before retiring, as the National Accounts Manager, overseeing the western region client portfolio, which entails managing sales strategies and partnerships at the corporate levels.

In the non-profit secure, Keysha is President-Elect for the Los Angeles Air Cargo Association. And leverages her BA in Human Services to support the Yellow Heart Committee. An organization mobilized to aid trauma survivors through policymaking and community outreach.  And a member of the National Black MBA Association.

“Perpetually adjust, refine, innovate, and adapt are the primary core behaviors I am proud to inhabit while building a long-lasting partnership with customers. And ultimately implement proactive resolutions to secure opportunities that expand into the global marketplace. The progressive experience and strategy concepts I have gained through the various leadership roles, and graduate studies have provided unique perspectives and approaches to logistic challenges. The implementation of tailored strategies for each customer will lean toward success. The tendency to do more of what made you successful is natural, but what made you successful may not keep you successful. With that understanding, adjusting, refining, and adapting will always be the foundation.”