Emily DelRoss and Adrienne Torres
Richmond, Va.’s GRTC named Adrienne Torres as its new chief growth officer (CDO).
The CDO is a newly created government place liable for short- and long-term implementation of GRTC service plans and tasks. Along with in depth coordination with native, regional, state, and federal companions, the CDO has expanded oversight internally of the planning, scheduling, advertising, and customer support departments, and helps GRTC senior management.
“I’m notably proud to advertise Adrienne into this new management place throughout Ladies’s Historical past Month, bringing our feminine illustration as much as 9 out of 13 management roles throughout the firm,” mentioned CEO Julie Timm. “As our new CDO, Adrienne leads GRTC’s strategic progress via mobility planning and stakeholder communications in addition to revolutionary developments and investments in know-how and infrastructure. She has confirmed herself to be a useful member of our crew and has cast robust and trusting connections with our regional companions.”
Torres has been a necessary member of the GRTC crew since 2014, contributing to landmark tasks just like the Pulse and GRTC’s community redesign, in addition to advancing GRTC’s information assortment and evaluation efforts. Beforehand serving as asst. director and later director, planning and scheduling, Torres now joins the GRTC Government Management crew, which incorporates the CEO, chief of employees, and CFAO.
GRTC’s Appearing Director of Planning and Scheduling is Emily DelRoss, who takes over for Torres and presently manages bus route planning, bus schedule creation, bus cease facilities, and bus operator runs. DelRoss has held a number of positions at GRTC since starting as a planning intern in 2015, together with scheduling analyst, transit information analyst, and planning supervisor, along with serving as statewide program supervisor on the Virginia Division of Rail and Public Transportation for greater than a 12 months.
GRTC is a public service company offering mobility providers within the Larger Richmond space.