Management & Operations

Boyce named GM for Ben Franklin Transit

Posted on March 29, 2016

Richland, Wash.'s Ben Franklin Transit (BFT) named Gloria Boyce as its new GM.

Boyce was chosen through a multi-month process of candidate recruitment; qualifications review; and board, staff, and community stakeholder interviews with the assistance of Executive Search firm, The Prothman Co.

Boyce, who has been with BFT since 2012, was the administrative services manager for three years before serving as interim GM.

Prior to coming to BFT, Boyce served as director, capital programs coordination and reporting at METRO in Houston, where she directed the preparation and monitoring of project and program budgets, grant eligibility and FTA reporting for the three-Line Light Rail Expansion, HOT Lanes and other major capital projects.

Before relocating to Houston, Boyce served six years with Sacramento Regional Transit District in progressively responsible positions as finance administrator, director, finance/treasury and CFO, providing direction and oversight of the district’s financial functions.

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