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WASHINGTON, DC—APTA announces that the Operations and Member Services Department is now two business units: Meetings and Membership Services, led by ­Deborah Bongiorno, and Technical Services and Innovation, headed by Jeff Hiott, both assistant vice presidents.

Bongiorno’s responsibilities include planning and execution of all APTA meetings and strengthening membership activities. Hiott is responsible for APTA’s multimodal and engineering-related activities.

Bongiorno previously was assistant vice president-member services and earlier was senior managing editor of Passenger Transport. Hiott most recently was APTA director-operations and standards.

KANSAS CITY, MO—Julie Lorenz, senior strategic consultant with the Burns & McDonnell Transportation Group, has been named by the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce to co-lead the transportation component of its Big 5 initiative.

Big 5, launched in 2011, focuses on areas from transportation to education that can help make Kansas City one of America’s best places to work, live, start a business and grow a business.

ROCK HILL, SC—Sheri Williamson, who joined STV a year and a half ago, has been promoted to vice president. She has more than 25 years of engineering experience, including projects for South Carolina DOT and Georgia DOT.


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