In her role, she oversees the commonwealth workforce system, which includes 23 local workforce areas.
Eileen was instrumental in the planning, drafting and now implementation of Pennsylvania's first comprehensive state plan under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
He currently serves as the Chair of the Transportation Research Board's Committee on Transportation Issues in Major Cities, and serves as a Lecturer in the University of Pennsylvania's City & Regional Planning program.
Pa Department of Labor and Industry Eileen Cipriani is deputy secretary for workforce development at the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry.
These programs cover a wide range of topics including economic diversification in transitioning economies; solar energy deployment; disaster recovery and resilience planning; and innovations in transportation planning. Most recently, she served as an advisor to the secretary on rural development programs, the rural opioid crisis and special projects.
Prior to that role, Sanah was a special advisor for the Rural Opportunity Investment Initiative, acting deputy White House liaison and confidential assistant to the undersecretary of marketing and regulatory programs.
Our 2018 Summit will bring together senior policy makers, infrastructure investment, financing and professional services experts and decision makers in the PPP and infrastructure ecosystem that will deliver vital market insights from MENA, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Americas and Africa.
Steve holds an Environmental Science degree from Pennsylvania State University with minors in Economics and Political Science and studied international business at the University of Manchester (UK).
Steve recently served as General Manager of Transportation for the City of Toronto.
While in Toronto, Steve initiated and led a City working group on Automated Vehicles, commissioned the white paper “Driving Changes: Automated Vehicles in Toronto”, and created a Divisional Automated Vehicle Work Plan.
Fred leads Royal's Autonomous Impact Protection Vehicle (AIPV) project.
Peloton Stephen Boyd is Co-founder and VP of External Affairs for Peloton Technology, a Silicon Valley-based connected and automated vehicle technology company that is bringing innovations in safety and efficiency to the freight transportation industry.
His experience includes protecting and furthering clients' interests in business and commercial disputes, unfair competition, and trade-secret and business-protection litigation. Datt is a 2004 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Prior to attending law school, he worked at the Chinese University of Political Science and Law in Beijing.