Mobility Systems Vice President – Managing Principal, Megan Huff, PfMP, Accepted into Chief Women in Leadership Network, for Second Consecutive Year

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Women in Leadership

March 7, 2022

As we celebrate International Women's Day, we’re excited to congratulate Megan Huff, PfMP, Mobility Systems Vice President - Managing Principal, on her second year with Chief

Chief’s mission is to drive women to the top — and keep them there. As a private network for powerful women, it’s the only organization specifically designed for women at the highest levels of leadership. At a time when women’s participation in the workforce is at a 33-year low, supporting women in leadership is more vital than ever.

Through networking and collaboration, Chief provides its diverse members’ opportunities to advance their leadership, expand their influence, and pave the way for other up-and-coming women leaders.

As a member of Chief, Megan is in good company with executive leaders from Google, Square, IBM, and many other leading businesses. “We really are focused on building a community and resources specifically for executive women,” says Chief co-founder Carolyn Childers.

With more than 25 years of experience in the transportation industry, Megan has an extensive track record in end-to-end delivery of complex, high-priority projects on tight schedules within mission-critical service organizations and a history of delivering value to the bottom line through process improvements and technology modernization. 

She has expertise in leading and directing technology-related strategic planning, project development, and implementation across a variety of public transit agencies.

Her team's AR technology-based train dispatch system, HoloRail, has been featured in Forbes, along with Meta and BMW. Her other notable projects include work for Amtrak, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), and Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA)

She has also recently authored: There’s a Problem With Technology Integration When It Comes to Public Transit in the U.S., and It’s Not the Tech.

Congratulations to Megan for her continued dedication to leadership development.

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