Updated December 05, 2022
Antonio L. Borja is currently the Tinian Ports Manager under the Commonwealth Ports Authority in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. In this capacity, Antonio oversees all operations at the Tinian International Airport and the Tinian Seaport. Antonio is responsible for coordinating, approving and executing policies and methods affecting the airport and seaport. In addition, Antonio assists and advises the Executive Director in the planning, supervision and coordination of the management, operations and maintenance of all CNMI Airports and Seaports. To ensure that the airport and seaport are within Federal regulations, Antonio is in constant coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Coast Guard.
Prior to becoming the Ports Manager, Mr. Borja served as an administrative assistant in the Tinian Mayor's Office where he was appointed by Mayor Joey P. San Nicolas to the Tinian Municipal Scholarship Board and the Emergency Medical Services for Children Advisory Board.
Antonio earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with an emphasis on Literature. After graduating from the University of Guam, Antonio became an educator teaching the Chamorro language and culture at Francisco Baza Leon Guerrero Middle School. Antonio's goal is to better serve the CNMI by improving his leadership skills.
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