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Fla. LYNX names new GM

Posted on May 29, 2014

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The Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX) named Susan Black as its new GM.

In her new position, Black will lead the agency’s administrative division, including engineering, human resources, information technology, marketing, planning and development, and safety/risk, departments.

A licensed attorney since 1996 and a resident of Central Florida since 1970, Black has brought more than 25 years of professional experience spanning the engineering/architectural, legal, financial, and health and human services industries.

Prior to her appointment at LYNX, Black was the sole owner and CEO of 4elements, a professional advisory agency specializing in long-range strategic planning; a sr. VP for Wachovia Bank’s Personal Trust Co.; and an attorney with practice area focus in estate planning and probate. Black has also served as an adjunct professor for the University of Central Florida College of Health and Public Affairs.

Black will report directly to LYNX CEO John M. Lewis Jr.

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