Malvern, PA—The Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) is pleased to welcome Amanda Lozinak as Manager of Public Engagement.
In her role, Lozinak will be responsible for developing and communicating TMACC’s mission with the general public, business community, stakeholder groups and elected officials to gain support for TMACC programs and initiatives.
Executive Director of TMACC, P. Timothy Phelps, believes she will help forward the organization’s vision: “Ms. Lozinak sees the vision we are striving to achieve. She has the forward-thinking ideas, communication skills, and social media expertise we need to include the public in our decisions and programs.”
Lozinak graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and a Bachelor of Science in Management from Eastern University. She is excited to be working with such a strong team of leaders at such a great time for Pennsylvania Transportation. “The staff has the ability to foster a community that understands the need for transportation enhancements and additions.” Ms. Lozinak went further to say, “With the passage of the Transportation Bill and ACT 89, Chester County has a great opportunity to advance its transportation infrastructure. Getting the public more involved will be important in improving our transportation system.”
The mission of the TMACC is to foster cooperation between the public and private sectors of Chester County to identify, evaluate and analyze significant transportation issues; and to serve a leadership role in the development and implementation of solutions that are broad-based, cost effective and timely.
For more information on projects and services, go to tmacc.org