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Boyden to conduct search for new Eno Center president/CEO

Posted on October 21, 2015

The Eno Center for Transportation tapped Boyden Global Executive Search to assist in the recruitment of its new president/CEO to replace Joshua Schank, who recently resigned.

Tim McNamara, Boyden’s global transportation sector leader and managing partner, Washington, D.C., will lead the search, assisted by Linda Kearschner, principal of Boyden Washington, D.C.

Eno’s president/CEO will work closely with the organization’s board of directors to create, develop, and implement policy and people development programs, including raising the money to ensure programs are implemented. They will also be charged with carrying out the goals and objectives set by Eno’s strategic plan, and managing the organization’s resources in a way that enhances and protects its financial and ethical position.

“Eno’s president/CEO role is appropriate for a candidate who is able to strategically lead and support the organization’s growth as the national leader in policy and professional development for the transportation industry,” said McNamara. “Eno’s next CEO will have a great opportunity to continue the organization’s tradition cultivating creative leadership across the transportation industry and define and develop programs for both emerging and existing critical issues.”

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