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Welcomes New CEO to the Family

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he Conference o Of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) introduced Mioshi Moses as its new president and CEO at its 44th National Meeting & Training Conference in Boston held July 11-14, 2014. Moses joins COMTO to continue the legacy of strong leadership started by former president and CEO Julie Cunningham, who passed away in 2014 after a battling a long-term illness. Moses’ selection comes as the result of a national search to find the best candidate to lead the organization into the future. “This is an exciting time for COMTO,” said former Board Chair Robert Prince in a statement. “The Board was looking for a visionary leader and we found it in Mioshi Moses. She brings a wealth of transformative leadership experience to the position.”

COMTO President & CEO Mioshi Moses (2nd from left) celebrates a successful COMTO Day at Harvard event with Sofie Simeon, COMTO Houston; Harvard Law Professor Charles J. Ogletree; and Martini Redd, COMTO Jacksonville.

Moses arrived on the job just in time to preside over COMTO’s National Meeting where she was formerly introduced to the COMTO membership. “It’s a tremendous honor to join COMTO,” said Moses. “I look forward to

collaborating with transportation leaders and thought partners across the nation to expand the association’s impact and work to ensure diversity and excellence are inextricably linked in all levels of the transportation industry.” // FALL 2015

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American DBE Magazine - Fall 2015  
American DBE Magazine - Fall 2015  

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