Advancing Women in Transportation
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WTS International Conference – A Hub of Ingenuity!

Conference Co-Chairs, Colleen Moore of City Point Partners, and Lori Chicoyne, of BSC Group, give sincere appreciation and kudos to Committee Co-Chairs and the many committee members from WTS-Boston that supported them.

 
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WTS-Boston congratulates Bill Rizzo on being selected for our 2019 Honorable Ray LaHood Award!

Bill Rizzo is an Advisor and Board Member to transportation-related consulting companies, including HMMH, a WBE/DBE.

 
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Reconnecting at the 23rd Annual Leadership Forum

On April 23rd, WTS-Boston’s 23rd Annual Leadership Forum honored Judith Nitsch, PE, LEED AP BD+C, over breakfast at the Courtyard Boston Downtown.

 
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WTS-Boston congratulates Laura Brelsford on being selected for our 2019 Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award!

Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award - Laura Brelsford, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Assistant General Manager for System-Wide Accessibility (SWA)

 
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April Luncheon Featuring Governor Baker's Commission on the Future of Transportation Vice Chair Eileen McAnneny and Commission member Carol Lee Rawn Recap

On Thursday, April 11th, WTS Boston members and non-members gathered to hear from Governor Baker's Commission on the Future of Transportation Vice Chair Eileen McAnneny and Commission member Carol Lee Rawn.

 
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WTS-Boston March Luncheon Featuring Erin Deveney

On March 28th, 2019, MassDOT’s Registrar of Motor Vehicles, Erin Deveney, presented to a captive audience of WTS-Boston members and guests

 
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WTS-Boston congratulates Patricia A. Leavenworth, P.E on being selected for our 2019 Woman of the Year Award!

Woman of the Year Award - Patricia A. Leavenworth, P.E., Massachusetts Department of Transportation, Highway Division, Deputy Administrator and Chief Engineer

 
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Turning Weakness in to Strengths, lessons from the March Formal Mentoring Event

On March 27th, the formal mentoring program hosted its third group event at Jacobs in Boston. Dorri Raposa led a discussion on the topic of turning weaknesses into strengths. Dorri, who recently retired after working in the transportation industry for 40 years, has been involved with WTS since 1991, is a past President of WTS-Boston, and is Past Chair of the WTS Foundation.

 

2019 Committee Spotlight - Programs Committee

Are you looking to get more involved in WTS-Boston? Do you have an interest in planning events and meeting new people? If so, please consider joining the WTS-Boston Programs Committee!

 
 
Results: 327 Article(s) Found.
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