The board of directors of Move Colorado recently named Mickey Ferrell the organization’s interim executive director. Ferrell takes over for the previous executive director, Melanie Worley, who is leaving the position after becoming CEO of Developmental Pathways. Worley will continue her work with the organization as a member of the board.
“This is a great opportunity to share our vision for increasing mobility and choice in Colorado’s transportation system,” said Mr. Ferrell. “We’re going to work closely with residents and public officials to ensure all of our transportation options are reliable, safe and appropriately funded.”
“Mickey has a wealth of experience and is an expert in transportation issues. He understands what it takes to build and maintain a multi-modal transportation system,” said Jeff Kullman, president of Move Colorado.
Mr. Ferrell most recently served as the federal liaison for the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) where he helped formulate and recommend policy positions for the governor, executive director of CDOT, and the Colorado Transportation Commission. Mr. Ferrell was a key advisor to both internal and external stakeholders on numerous transportation projects representing billions of dollars in resources across Colorado.
Mr. Ferrell is a founding partner of Ferrell & Killin, LLC and has nearly 15 years of experience in government and transportation. Mr. Ferrell served as a senior advisor for three Members of Congress both in the United States Senate and the US House of Representatives with areas of responsibility in: Congressional Appropriations, the US Budget, Financial Services Industry, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, Government Reform, US Homeland Security, the Judicial Branch, US Tax Code, and US Transportation (Aviation, Surface – highway and transit, Rail, and Water).
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