Topic : Women in Transportation

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Women in Transportation: Bonnie Shepherd

Management & Operations| October 13, 2017

She oversees 10 different areas of expertise within Michael Baker International, spanning from service transportation to tech and innovation.

Women in Transportation: Jodi Merritt

Management & Operations| October 12, 2017

Jodi Merritt is the third generation of presidents to take over family-owned H & L Charter Co. Inc.

Management & Operations| October 11, 2017

Women in Transportation: Diana Mendes

With a master’s degree in urban planning from University of Pennsylvania, Diana Mendes was initially interested in natural resource preservation and urban environments.

Management & Operations| October 10, 2017

Women in Transportation: Nadine Lee

Nadine Lee came into her position with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Office of Extraordinary Innovation two years ago after learning about its mission.

Management & Operations| October 9, 2017

Women in Transportation: Nuria Fernandez

Growing up in Panama City, Panama, Nuria Fernandez’s earliest experience with transit was riding what she calls the “rather unorthodox bus system” of her hometown.

Management & Operations| October 6, 2017

Women in Transportation: Dawn Distler

Dawn Distler’s involvement in the transportation industry began serendipitously.

Management & Operations| October 5, 2017

Women in Transportation: Ann Derby

Ann Derby, director of marketing and events for INIT Innovations in Transportation Inc., got her start in education.

Management & Operations| October 4, 2017

Women in Transportation: Alice Bravo

With a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a master’s in business administration, Alice Bravo graduated and hit the ground running. She began her professional career at design firm PBS&J (now called Atkins) in 1991 as a bridge designer and highway engineer.

Management & Operations| April 20, 2017

CATA CEO Draggoo announces plan to retire

She is currently the longest-serving transit CEO in the nation. Her career with the authority spans 43 years, 32 of them as CATA’s CEO.

Management & Operations| January 31, 2017

AECOM appoints Flowers as national transit practice leader

Most recently, she served as acting administrator in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration.

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