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Virgin Islander Warren Wells Among Elite Group Inducted Into Delta’s Chairman’s Club

Business Published On January 03, 2020 05:47 AM
Staff Consortium | January 03, 2020 05:47:14 AM

Warren Wells, Jr. By LOÁN C. LAKE

Virgin Islander and Delta Air Lines veteran of 21 years, Warren Wells Jr., joined an elite class of 100 colleagues hailing from stations across the United States and four countries, according to a release issued Thursday. This group was inducted into the company’s prestigious Chairman’s Club on November 14, 2019 at the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.

Mr. Wells, who currently serves as a station manager, was inducted and rewarded with fellow inductees for their “service, dedication and all-around embodiment of ‘the spirit of Delta.’” Undergoing a rigorous and extensive review process, the group was selected from more than 5,000 nominations in 26 stations around the world. They were celebrated in grand style at the 23rd annual Chairman’s Club Gala in Atlanta, Georgia. Each inductee was honored with a 10-carat gold Chairman’s Club lapel pin, two confirmed tickets anywhere in the world Delta flies, and Tumi luggage. Mr. Wells along with the inductees will also travel to France in 2020 to bring back a new aircraft to the United States.

Mr. Well expressed gratitude for the honor.“This honor embodies service which I feel comes naturally for me. As I see a need, I fill the need. I am truly humbled to have been recognized,” he said.

Mr. Wells, who hails from St. John, began his career with Delta Airlines in 1998 as a ramp agent, and has risen through the ranks to his current role. In his present capacity, he is responsible for managing the busiest concourse at the world’s busiest airport: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. He is a 1987 graduate of Charlotte Amalie High School, and earned his master’s degree from Tuskegee University in 2013. He is the son of Warren Wells, Sr. and Yvonne Wells of St. John. He resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife and four children.

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