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Transdev names new VP, business development

Posted on January 22, 2019

Russell brings an impressive background from the transportation industry and is a seasoned professional in business development.
Russell brings an impressive background from the transportation industry and is a seasoned professional in business development.

Transdev named Cristina Russell as its new VP, business development. In this role, Russell will work to expand Transdev’s North American business profile with multimodal customers.

Russell brings an impressive background from the transportation industry and is a seasoned professional in business development. Her most recent position was serving as VP, business development, for MV Transportation, where she focused on the western region. She has a successful record of working with customers to bring customized offers and solutions. Prior to that, Russell owned a public relations consultancy for businesses throughout Solano County, California.

“We are thrilled to welcome Cristina to our team. She is a thought leader in developing transportation solutions that make sense across all modes of transportation. This makes her a great fit for both Transdev and our client partners,” said W.C. Pihl, sr. VP, business development, at Transdev North America. “Her passion for the people we serve gives her the ability to genuinely connect with our customers.”

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