Jordan heads the transit services division in Brevard County
Edited by Wayne T. Price
Jordan appointed director of transit services at Brevard
The Breberd County Commission unanimously confirmed Terry jordan As the new director of the county transit services department.
Former director of transport Scott Nelson Retired earlier this year.
Jordan has been a Space Coast Area Transit planner since June 2017, working on initiatives such as installing intelligent transportation systems, paying travel tolls, and improving bus stops. Since April, he has been acting director of transport services.
Prior to working in Brevard County, Jordan operated two regional transportation systems in North Carolina, the Craven Area Regional Transport System and the Goldsboro Wayne Transport Authority. He worked for the North Carolina Department of Transportation and managed federal transportation grants. He began his career in 1990 with the Central Florida Regional Transport Authority (aka Lynx).
“Terry’s previous experience has successfully prepared him to manage all areas of transit services,” said the Deputy County Manager. Jim risenfeld Mentionned. “We know that he will lead people in the transportation services industry well and continue to build successful public transportation systems that are already in place. I know how traffic management and the staff work together. I am surprised and proud of my work and the quality of the service. It is a difficult year to remember. “
As a former director of transportation, Jordan was responsible for operations, financial management, budgeting and grants, new service development, state and federal compliance, policy development and quality control.
He has been elected twice to the board of directors of the North Carolina Public Transport Association. He also unveiled a federally funded program at the Annual Community Transportation Conference for Public Transportation Systems in North Carolina.
Jordan attends Craven Community College and is a graduate of the Brevard County Executive Leadership Program.
“I am very grateful and excited about this new opportunity,” Jordan said. “Our entire team has worked hard to improve your transit experience. “
Jordan cited the launch of new services in Titusville and Port Saint John and the expansion of services in the South Beach area.
In addition, new public transport tools have been released, including a bus tracking website, apps for Android and iOS smartphones, an on-board voice announcement system, and contactless mobile ticketing. Customers can now receive real-time vehicle updates and view buses on a real-time map to ensure they know when a bus is arriving.
Wi-Fi will soon be available on all fixed route buses.
Guirola appointed Vice President of Marine Bank & Trust
Pedro guilola Most recently, he joined Marine Bank & Trust as Vice President of Commercial Lending to assist businesses with capital needs.
He is based at 3303 Suntree Blvd, the Suntree office of Marine Bank.
Most recently, Guirola was Brevard Market Manager for the Community Credit Union.
He holds an MBA from Simon Business School at the University of Rochester.
He is fluent in English and Spanish and is a member of the Association of MBAs in the United States.
“Pedro is a solutions-focused expert who provides strategy, analytics and customer service to improve the customer experience,” he said. Bill penny, President and CEO of Marine Bank. “The addition of another resource to the Melbourne team demonstrates our commitment to fund Brevard County and beyond.”
In 2020, Vero Beach-based Marine Bank closed 166 business loans totaling $ 55 million, funding Main Street businesses.
Senger Achieves Certified Public Relations Advisor Designation
Samantha sengerThe public relations manager and deputy mayor of the City of Cocoa was recently appointed by the Florida Public Relations Association as a certified public relations advisor.
Senger, a member of the Space Coast branch of the Florida Public Relations Association, has been employed by Cocoa for over 15 years and began as a special events coordinator coordinating special events for local governments with approximately 20,000 residents.
She was also responsible for Leisure Services, coordinating the marketing and promotion of Cocoa’s Leisure Services division.
In his current role, Senger coordinates all marketing and communications for the city, acts as a media liaison, and coordinates special projects for the mayor, such as the Cocoa Citizens Academy and municipal fundraising events.
She is also the key spokesperson for the city in times of disaster or emergency.
Senger holds a BA in Marketing from Florida Atlantic University.
His experience lies in event management and marketing.
She is accredited in public relations through the Florida Public Relations Association and is also a Senior Public Relations Officer through the Florida Public Relations Association.
Senger is vice president of branch services on the state executive committee of the Florida Public Relations Association. Chairs the Florida City Communicator Association conference committee. The local branch of the Florida Public Relations Association serves as the accreditation chair.
Alluvionic Spencer has special certification
Loris SpencerSenior Project Manager of Alluvionic Inc., recently qualified as a CMMC-AB Certified Practitioner. CMMC-AB stands for Cyber Security Maturity Model Certification – Accreditation Body.
Certification required Spencer to complete training, be tested with the base configuration of the CMMC standard, and promise to comply with the CMMC-AB Code of Business Conduct in order to qualify.
Spencer holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California, San Diego. She worked for Apex Data Solutions, Harris Corp. (now known as L3Harris Technologies) and ITT.
Founded in 2013, Alluvionic is headquartered in Melbourne and Washington, DC, and provides solutions for project management, process improvement, product development and cybersecurity.
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