Management & Operations

Rock Region Metro hires new executive director

Posted on May 8, 2018

Charles Frazier is the new Rock Region METRO executive director. Photo: Rock Region METRO
Charles Frazier is the new Rock Region METRO executive director. Photo: Rock Region METRO

The METRO Board of Directors announced the hiring of Charles Frazier, current assistant director of Palm Tran in Palm Beach County, Fla., as the new Rock Region METRO executive director.

Frazier has 22 years of experience as an administrator, serving in the Palm Beach County administration as division director of electronic services and security and manager of network services for the county, in addition to serving on the Palm Tran leadership team.

He is among 25 public transportation officials selected for the year-long American Public Transportation Association leadership program, designed to help participants develop their skills and prepare them for senior and executive leadership roles. His first day at METRO will be Monday, June 25.

Frazier was one of three finalist candidates who completed a vetting process managed by Springsted Waters Executive Recruitment of Dallas and the METRO Board of Directors personnel committee.

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