December 4, 2013

WTS International taps new chief corporate relations officer

Lynda M. Dorman has been hired by WTS International, the association for the global advancement of women in transportation, as its chief corporate relations officer.

With more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit executive leadership, Dorman is charged with all aspects of strategic initiatives related to fund development and management of corporate partnerships from public, private, and nonprofit sources and creating a diversified revenue stream that supports organizational sustainability and growth for the association as it expands globally. Dorman is part of the WTS International executive team, reporting directly to President/CEO Marcia Ferranto.

Dorman has extensive experience in identifying, capturing, and managing funding and program partnerships with commercial, governmental, academic, and nonprofit entities for the support of fund development, policy change, program development and social investment. She has spent the past five years serving as an independent consulting analyst for several private firms and public agencies.

Prior to that, Dorman served as executive director for the Black Entertainment Television Foundation (BET) Inc., in Washington, DC, where she managed national operations, developed community engagement programs, organization finances, state and federal charitable and tax compliance filings, and major fund development partnerships.

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