Management & Operations

DART names new chief of staff

Posted on June 17, 2019

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) appointed David Schulze as its new Chief of Staff.

Chosen after a competitive internal recruitment, Schulze becomes DART’s first executive level chief of staff, serving as senior advisor to the president/executive director. He will lead a variety of strategic, tactical, and operational activities in the new role and focus on issues that have an agency-wide impact.

Schulze, a 29-year lawyer in public service, previously served DART in the legal department from 1994 to 2001. Following a special three-year assignment with the City of Dallas, he rejoined DART in 2004. He joined the deputy executive director’s staff in 2013 and served as VP, policy and strategy, to the president/executive director.

Most recently, he led strategic initiatives, managed policy development and provided analysis of critical issues for DART’s executive team while overseeing the creation of the agency’s Historical Archive.

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