Meet the Chiefs: Maine Panelist Joyce Noel Taylor

Meet the Chiefs Joyce Noel Taylor

 

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Moderated by Katy Hews, FSMPS, CPSM
Maine President, Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS)
Past SMPS Northern New England Chapter President

Katy Hews is a senior marketing professional with 40 years’ experience in A/E/C marketing. She is currently an Associate Principal with Marketivity Inc., providing a comprehensive range of strategic planning, research, client feedback, marketing program development, major pursuit and training services. She also provides senior marketing leadership to the Hews Company, a third-generation family-owned manufacturer and distributor of truck mounted equipment throughout Northern New England. Katy was Corporate Marketing Director for Macomber Builders, one of New England’s premier contractors before its closing in 2007. Prior to joining Macomber, Katy was the marketing director for  regional and international A/E/C firms in Boston, Massachusetts; Seattle, Washington and Denver, Colorado. She spent 13 years with URS Corporation, working on major federal pursuits around the United States. Katy has also held leadership positions in SMPS, including president of the Northern New England Chapter (2014/2015); president of the Maine Chapter (2009/2010) and former education chair for the Boston and Seattle chapters. She was a chapter author in “A/E/C Business Development – The Decade Ahead”, recently published by the SMPS Foundation.

Meet the Chiefs
Thursday – September 17

7:30 – Registration/breakfast/Networking
8-9:30 – Panel Presentation/Discussion
9:30-10:30 – Networking

Kittery Community Center
120 Rogers Road
Kittery, ME 03904
207/439-3800

Chapter Members – $30
Student/Public Sector Employees – $25
Non-members – $45

Meet the Chief Transportation Engineers from Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

Meet the Chiefs

 

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“NEW ENGLANDERS are faced with daily reminders that age, increased usage, and our harsh climate have contributed to the deterioration of our transportation network. Across the region, more than 2,000 bridges are rated by the federal government as structurally deficient. That’s more than 11.5 percent of the bridges in our region. More than 5,000 bridges are rated as functionally obsolete.”  James T. Brett, President of The New England Council, 2015 (Originally published in the Union Leader)
 
Join SMPS Northern New England and WTS Maine for a breakfast panel discussion featuring the Chief Engineers from Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont.  Learn how our states are working together to keep our regional transportation systems operating at a high level of efficiency while dealing with the political and financial uncertainties of passage of a long-term surface transportation bill.  Learn what keeps these important transportation officials awake at night and what they envision for our region’s transportation network.

Meet the Chiefs
Thursday – September 17

7:30 – Registration/breakfast/Networking
8-9:30 – Panel Presentation/Discussion
9:30-10:30 – Networking

Kittery Community Center
120 Rogers Road
Kittery, ME 03904
207/439-3800

Chapter Members – $30
Student/Public Sector Employees – $25
Non-members – $45