Kirbie joined Eno in the fall of 2023, bringing years of experience in government relations, public policy, and state and local government. Originally from the Houston area, Kirbie attended Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee for her undergraduate degree where she earned a bachelor’s degree in International Politics and Spanish. Upon graduation, she spent a brief time working within the Tennessee Legislature and with a campaign-focused digital media firm before returning to Texas to complete a Master of Public Service and Administration at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University.

After obtaining her master’s degree, Kirbie most recently worked in government relations for Texas A&M’s Engineering Agencies. In her role at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI), she was able to coordinate activities between the agency and the Texas Legislature, inform legislators in the development of legislation, and conduct research at the juncture of transportation and public policy, including areas such as cross-border technology and crossing, advanced air mobility, and various trucking policy issues.

Kirbie is passionate about economic growth, emerging technology, freight movement, and sustainable development and hopes to continue working on policy considerations within these areas.

Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

Senate Committee Reviews NTSB, STB Nominations

April 10, 2024 - Chair Cantwell (D-WA) convened the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation to discuss the renominations of National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Chair Jennifer Homendy and Surface Transportation Board (STB) Member...

Andrew Jackson (1829-1837): The First Western Populist

April 12, 2024 - The seventh president of the U.S. and the first from west of the Appalachians, Andrew Jackson served from 1829 to 1837.