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New Flyer names new director, sales & business development

Posted on July 12, 2018

Stephanie Laubenstein was promoted to the role of director, sales & business development, in New Flyer’s Sales and Marketing department, reporting to Jennifer McNeill, VP, sales and marketing.

Laubenstein will lead the Business Segment Director and Technical Sales teams, and develop innovative technical and commercial solutions to meet the needs and demands of a rapidly changing public transit industry.

With New Flyer for nine years, Laubenstein started in customer program management and advanced to leadership of technical sales and business segments. She actively participates on American Public Transportation Association (APTA) and Canadian Urban Transit Association committees, is a recent graduate of the Leadership APTA program, and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree.

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