January 23, 2014
Consultancy firm Lea+Elliott, will subsidize the full Transportation YOU DC Youth Summit, program for several of the attendees, while Southwest Airlines will provide travel to help more young women get to the summit.
September 28, 2012
The membership drive, valid for the month of October 2012, was created with a dual purpose: In recognition of public sector professionals and their contribution to the industry, and to move WTS forward on its mission to bring more diverse leadership to the transportation industry.
March 7, 2011
Dave Boggs was named the 2010 Womens’ Transportation Seminar Metropolitan Phoenix Chapter Member of the Year at the annual awards and scholarship ceremony. For more than nine years, Boggs has supported the chapter and participated in the mentorship program.
January 19, 2011
Marcia Ferranto also serves as President and CEO of WTS International. She will now manage the functions of the WTS Foundation in addition to WTS International, which she has led since February 2010.
May 27, 2009
Will replace WTS Scholarship as the 501(c)(3) organization supporting WTS in its endeavors to advance women in transportation through contributions that invest in scholarships to women seeking transportation-related graduate and undergraduate degrees.
December 22, 2008
Annual award honors “a woman who is an outstanding role model and has contributed to the advancement of women and minorities in transportation.”
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