Transportation Sec. Deb Miller To Step Down

KSCB News - October 26, 2011 8:15 am

Kansas Department of Transportation
Secretary Deb Miller is leaving her post in December to take a
position with a national transportation planning and policy group.
Gov. Sam Brownback announced Miller’s departure Tuesday. She
will be joining Cambridge Systematics, which is headquartered in
Cambridge, Mass.
She has served as KDOT secretary under the administrations of
Brownback, a Republican in his first term, and Democratic Govs.
Kathleen Sebelius and Mark Parkinson.
Miller was the first female to head the state transportation
agency. Her last day will be Dec. 16.
She’s also the first member of Brownback administration to leave
her post since he took office in January.
Miller has spent 20 years with KDOT and was involved with the
development of the 1989, 1999 and 2010 comprehensive transportation
programs.

 

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