ATPA Mid-Level Managers Welcome and Orientation Breakfast Meeting

7 – 9 a.m.

Maximizing your time, growing your network at the Annual Meeting
September 29, 2013
Chicago, IL
Mid-level managers play vital roles in the transit industry. In addition to focusing on managerial and
operational needs of their organizations, these individuals also need to broaden their skills and professional network.
APTA is pleased to offer this session for mid-level managers who may be new to an APTA conference or new to the transit industry. Join us for an early morning breakfast meeting. Be welcomed by the industry’s top leaders. Hear from fellow members and staff about maximizing your time at APTA meetings, conference sessions, and networking events. Spend time with your peers addressing common challenges and exchanging best practices and solutions. Find out who else in the industry faces similar issues and what they are doing to fix them. Get some direction. Meet top executives. Broaden your network. Join us.
  • Steven J. Hamelin, vice chair, APTA Labor Relations Subcommittee, and director of operations and planning, Springfield Mass Transit District, Springfield, IL
Executive Leadership
  • Michael P. Melaniphy, president & CEO, APTA
  • Flora M. Castillo, CHIE, 2012-2013 chair, APTA, and board member, New Jersey Transit Corporation, Newark, NJ
  • Peter Varga, 2013-2014 chair, APTA, and chief executive officer, Interurban Transit Partnership (The Rapid), Grand Rapids, MI
Industry Speakers
  • Lolalisa DeCarlo King, AIA, NCARB, MBA, LEED-AP, and president, Architect for Life, PC, Houston, TX
  • Salvador Llamas, director of maintenance, AC Transit, Oakland, CA
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