Houston, Texas. January 13th, 2016. Women In Parking’s Executive Director Ruth Beaman, announced today its newly elected 2016/17 Leadership Board: Faith Albert, Account Manager, Parking Panda, Melinda Alonzo, Director of Parking & Transportation Services, Arizona State University, Stan Bochniak, Marketing Manager, ABM, Andi Campbell, Vice President, Human Resources, LAZ Parking, Tom Carter, President & COO, Toledo Ticket, Nicole Hankins, Vice President, Regional Manager, SP+, Julie North, Director Parking & Transportation, Illinois State University, and Kelsey Owens, Business Development Representative, Passport.
These newly elected Members at Large join Kirsten Dolan, President & COO, One Parking and Nicolle Judge, President, Skypark who have been on the leadership board since 2015.
Laura Longsworth, Vice President, Operations, from Brookfield remains the Women In Parking Chairperson. Marcy Sparrow, the Advertising Director from Parking Today and Tiffany Yu, Marketing Specialist, Scheidt & Bachmann will continue in their roles as Treasurer and Secretary, respectively and Colleen Niese has transitioned in the W.I.P.’s Associate Director.
Ruth Beaman, the Founder and Principal of IntegraPark said, “I look forward to working with this group of professionals whose collective knowledge and expertise spans across all industry market segments. I am confident under this Leadership Board’s guidance, Women In Parking will continue to elevate membership value in very meaningful ways throughout their two year tenure.”
Chairman Longsworth was quoted as saying, “We are ever appreciative to the outbound members of the Women In Parking Leadership Board who played a key role in growing W.I.P. as a professional organization within the industry since 2014.” Those members are Lisa Bahr, Director, Global Marketing Communications, Cubic Transportation Systems, Inc.; Kathryn Hebert, Director, Norwalk Parking Authority; Alan B. Lazowski, Chairman and CEO, Laz Parking; Michelle Porter, Director of Parking and Transportation Services, Carnegie Mellon University; Karen Pradhan, Product Manager, SKIDATA and Michelle Wendler, AIA, Principal at Watry Design
Women in Parking, (W.I.P.) is an association of parking professionals who foster the advancement and achievement of women in our industry. With representatives from nearly every discipline, we share a common goal to provide opportunities in the areas of career advancement and networking. We welcome you to join our association and be a part of a fast growing network of professional professionals who share expert knowledge, relevant industry trends and potential business opportunities with each other. Visit: www.womeninparking.com to learn more about Women In Parking.