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Kim Day Ran DIA For 13 Years. As She Retires, What’s Her Hope For The Airport?

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Kim Day Talks DIA With Colorado Matters
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Kim Day, CEO of Denver International Airport, Feb. 26, 2020.

For half of Denver International Airport's existence, one woman has led it: Kim Day. After 13 years, several downturns, and some major expansion, she’s stepping down. Day actually thought she’d leave sooner because of a breast cancer diagnosis. But she hung on to help DIA navigate COVID-19. CPR’s Ryan Warner met her in the terminal.