Save the Date: January 10, 2024!
Eno’s Leadership Awards Reception is more than just an event; it’s the networking hub of the year for anyone in the transportation sector. Hosted at the elegant Kimpton Monaco in Washington, DC, from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, this is where industry leaders converge.
🤝 **Unparalleled Networking**: This isn’t your average meet-and-greet. The room will be filled with decision-makers from both the public and private sectors. If you’re looking to make meaningful connections that can propel your career, this is the place to be.
🏅 **Recognizing Excellence**: Our Leadership Awards go to the industry’s most impactful thought leaders. Witness firsthand what top-tier leadership in transportation looks like and take away key insights that can elevate your own career.
Don’t just hear about it later; be part of the conversation that shapes the future of transportation. Secure your spot for January 10 and prepare for an evening that promises to be as informative as it is inspiring.
The 2024 Leadership Awardees!
|Mineta Award for Lifetime Achievement in Transportation:
Peters has extensive experience in transportation and served as the 15th U.S. Secretary of Transportation from 2006-2009, the Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration from 2001-2005, and directed the Arizona Department of Transportation from 1985-2001. Among her honors, she was recognized as the Most Influential Person in Arizona Transportation by the Arizona Business Journal and as the 2004 National Woman of the Year Award from the Women’s Transportation Seminar.
|Martin Wachs Thought Leader Award:
Senator Dorgan is now active in his post-Congressional life teaching, speaking, consulting, writing, and much more. He is a recognized leader in the fields of energy policy, economic issues, aviation policy, Indian issues, trade policy, health care, and more.
|Distinguished Alumni Award:
Now the President & Chief Executive Officer for Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), Nadine enrolled in Eno’s joint Eno/MAX program and served in the roles of Chief of Staff and Deputy Chief Innovation Officer for Los Angeles County Metro. There, she established the Vision 2028 Strategic Plan, the Offices of Equity & Race and Customer Experience, and the Better Bus Program..
|Wilbur S. Smith Friend of Eno Award:
Before joining AECOM in 1989, Jerry held major transit leadership positions at the federal, state and local levels. His prior experience includes service as the first Executive Director of the New Jersey Transit Corporation and first Chief Executive of the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission, as well as Associate Administrator of the Federal Transit Administration. He served as Vice Chair and also Legislative Committee Chair at the American Public Transportation Association and now leads his own firm advising private companies and public agencies on strategies for organizational and people development.
To learn more about this year’s awardees and their amazing accomplishments, check out the Ceremony Recipients Page!
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