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WGI’s Barbara Stiles, FSMPS, CPSM selected as the WTS Central Florida Woman of the Year
WGI is happy to announce that our very own Barbara Stiles, FSMPS, CPSM has been selected as the WTS Central Florida Woman of the Year!
WTS is an international organization of both women and men with the mission of turning the “glass ceiling” into a ladder of success for women in the transportation industry.
Each year, the Central Florida Chapter of WTS celebrates the contributions of fantastic women and men in the transportation industry that have helped to advance the mission of WTS. The Woman of the Year award recognizes an outstanding role model that has contributed to the advancement of both women and minorities within transportation.
My biggest joy over the years has been working with, mentoring, and advising some extraordinary young women, both in and out of the transportation field, over the past 30 years. – Barbara Stiles
You can watch Barbara’s segment of the awards ceremony in the video below:
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