Month: June 2020

Meet the COMTO Jacksonville 2020 Scholarship Winners

During these uncertain times COMTO Jacksonville is still doing some great things in the community.  Although we were unable to host our annual Bowl a Thon, the Jacksonville Chapter kept its promise of awarding scholarships to (4) deserving students. Please continue to support the Chapter so we can continue to support the community. Bethany Wright- …

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COMTO Celebrates Juneteenth

As we celebrate #Juneteenth, we want to highlight a recent quote and reminder from President Barack Obama: “Juneteenth has never been a celebration of victory, or an acceptance of the way things are. It’s a celebration of progress. It’s an affirmation that despite the most painful parts of our history, change is possible––and there is still so …

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COMTO Chapters Welcome New Executive Leadership!

Individuals: Walter Allen, Erica Blonde, Travis Bogan, Angela Bowlin, Rocky Chong, Justine Colon, Manuel Corona, Bryan Cunningham, Gian Fiero, DaShawn Green, Emanuel Johnson, Janay Lewis, Norman Lopez, Isabel Martinez, Julieth Ortiz, Noel Pond-Danchik, Stephen G. Pouliot, Kim Samad-Speed, Lisa Smith, Marcus Washington and Alison Wiley COMTO Chapters Welcome New Executive Leadership!COMTO Colorado: President – Eulois Cleckley, Denver …

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COMTO Member Luther Wynder CEO of Minnesota Valley Transit Authority, Shares His Thoughts on Systemic Racism

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal (MSPBJ) recently interviewed COMTO member Luther Wynder, CEO of Minnesota Valley Transit Authority, on his thoughts on systemic racism in the Twin Cities and beyond. https://bit.ly/3g1hfw6 “I think what has been heartening to see is individuals coming together for some level of healing, to try to move the conversations forward about what changes need …

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COMTO Town Hall on Race Provides A Safe Space for Transportation Professionals to Sound Off on Racial Issues

It was a packed house at COMTO’s Town Hall on Race as the transportation community gathered virtually to take off our masks and let our voices be heard concerning police brutality and racism in our country. Led by COMTO National Board Chair, Freddie Fuller, and President and CEO, Brad Mims, attendees were encouraged to be …

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COMTO Member Bacarra Sanderson Maulding Is Named Executive Director of Chatham Area Transit Authority (CAT)

COMTO congratulates member Bacarra Sanderson Mauldin on being named CEO/Executive Director of Chatham Area Transit Authority (CAT). Mauldin currently serves as Director of Policy and Innovation with the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority, which has a fleet of 130 vehicles, a streetcar system, ferry boat operations and an annual budget of $109 million. Read the full article at https://bit.ly/2U9hpt4#InclusionIsHappening#transportation

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