Decker, Vice President, Government Affairs and Corporate Communications, leads her team with great care, balancing multiple stakeholders and priorities against limited resources with professionalism and authenticity. All who work with her value her discipline and clarity of thought, which are apparent in everything she does. She is vital to many aspects of what Amtrak accomplishes.
Chin has worked in program and project management at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority for more than 25 years. During that time, she was and continues to be instrumental in deploying new technology systems to provide better service delivery, customer service and operational safety.
Recognized for her integrity, core leadership skills and hands-on approach, since taking the reins at L&W as president in 2012 Carr has driven the company to annual double-digit revenue growth, maintained profitability, and increased the range of high quality signal products and services to its customers.
RAILWAY AGE, NOVEMBER 2020 ISSUE: The fourth-annual Railway Age Women in Rail awards recognize not only a continued commitment to service in the historically male-dominated freight, transit, government and supplier sectors, but also a demonstration of leadership, collaboration and innovation on the job and in the community. These 24 visionaries, selected from a field of more than 60 strong nominations, are from all levels of North American railroading. And these motivated, results-driven women are making an impact—for themselves, their peers, their companies and the rail industry.
Railway Age is honoring 24 women for its 2020 Women in Rail awards program.
Do you know a visionary woman in the rail industry? The deadline for the fourth annual Railway Age Women in Rail awards has been extended and is fast approaching: Oct. 6. Nominate a colleague or yourself today.
In its eighth year, Penn State Altoona’s bachelor of science degree program in Rail Transportation Engineering (RTE) remains the only one of its kind in the country. Having met the standards set by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) in goals, objectives and educational outcomes, students graduating from this program are prepared and eligible to take the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, the first step toward becoming a licensed professional engineer.