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Senior Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program Specialist, SEPTA
Tiffany serves as a lead liaison to the DBE Program Office Director in the daily execution and evaluation of SEPTA’s DBE Program, conducting in-depth reviews of DBE applications and on-site interviews to ensure compliance with laws on every level. Prior to SEPTA, she was a Project Director of the US Department of Transportation’s Mid-Atlantic Region Small Business Transportation Resource Center (SBTRC). Tiffany is a member of Women in Transit and was recognized as a Woman of Excellence in 2018.
Contract Administrator, Construction, Architecture & Engineering Group, SEPTA
Diane has been in the Procurement Department at SEPTA as a Contract Administrator in the Construction and Engineering Group since 2018. Prior to SEPTA, she was a Contract Manager for an international helicopter company, an Office Manager for a small manufacturing company, and a broker and trader on the floor of the Stock Exchange. With her experience working on both sides of the procurement and submittal process, Diane offers valuable insight and emphasizes teamwork.
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Health & Safety Policy:
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