Reno Air Racing Association Welcomes New Staff Members

Reno Air Racing Association recently hired two new staff members. Seonga McNeal joins as event services and communications coordinator and Larri Picker fills the position of executive assistant and human resources.

“In their short time here, Seonga and Larri have already made significant contributions to the organization,” said Tony Logoteta, COO of the Reno Air Racing Association. “They have jumped in with both feet, displayed a positive attitude, and we are very happy to have them on our team.”

Seonga McNeal
A graduate of the Reynolds School of Journalism, Seonga is a Reno native with more than a decade of experience in corporate and special events. She serves as event services and communications coordinator assisting in the planning, production and promotion of the STIHL National Championship Air Races.

When she isn’t working, you can find her with her husband and daughter. They love going to the movies, traveling and summers up at Lake Tahoe.

Seonga is very excited to be joining the Reno Air Race Association. As a Reno native, she knows just how spectacular and impactful the races are, not only to her local community, but to all aviation enthusiasts around the world.

Larri PickerLarri Picker
With more than 20 years of paralegal and human resource experience, Larri brings her vast knowledge to the Reno Air Racing Association team. She’s a Nevada native and life-long STIHL National Championship Air Races fan, serves as executive assistant and human resources assisting with day-to-day operations, permitting and planning.

Larri is married and blessed with six children and four grandchildren. She is a big fan of soccer (Go Manchester United Red Devils!) having played and coached for more than 30 years. Outside of the office she enjoys going to the movies, plays, concerts and most of all traveling, which she does every chance she gets.

She is looking forward to her time with the Reno Air Races, having been a fan all her life.

Welcome to the family Seonga and Larri!

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