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APTA, COMTO Reaffirm Long-Standing Alliance; Meeting Follows DBEs Assembly at Rail

APTA President & CEO Michael Melaniphy, left, hosts Mioshi Moses, center, the new COMTO president and chief executive officer, and COMTO Senior Advisor and Chief Strategist (retired Col.) Jim Paige, executive director, Pioneer Student Leadership Academy, Alexandria, VA, at a recent meeting in the APTA offices. The three officials discussed the organizations’ long-standing partnership and reviewed the strategies following an APTA-COMTO DBE Assembly at the recent APTA Rail Conference in Salt Lake City. Assembly presenters included David C. Stieren, technical manager, program development, NIST Manufacturing Extension Partnership; Jannet Walker, vice president and deputy eastern sector manager, Rail and Transit Systems Division, Parsons Corp.; Raquel Olivier, president, Olivier Inc.; Huelon A. Harrison, principal, Legacy Resource Group, and member, APTA Executive Committee; APTA Chair Phillip Washington, chief executive officer of Los Angeles Metro; and Robert H. Prince Jr., COMTO national chair and vice president, AECOM. C. Mikel Oglesby, deputy executive director, South Florida Regional Transportation Authority, moderated the assembly.
Photo by  Mitchell Wood
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