Cambridge Systematics re-elects Lance Neumann to Board of Directors
The shareholders of Cambridge Systematics re-elected Lance Neumann, CS’ former President, to the firm’s Board of Directors on Tuesday, June 19. The re-election commences Neumann’s third three-year term as Chairman of the Board.
Neumann has 40 years of experience in transportation policy, planning, investment programming and finance, including 36 on staff at Cambridge Systematics, retiring in 2011 after 26 years as CEO and President. He has been involved in major program evaluation projects for the Federal Highway Administration, the Federal Transit Administration, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Department of Energy. Neumann is past chairman and an emeritus member of both the Transportation Research Board’s Committee on Performance Management and the Committee on Transportation Programming and Investment Decision-making.
“We’re excited to re-elect Lance to CS’ Board of Directors because of his deep transportation acumen and close knowledge of our firm,” said Brad Wright, CEO and President of Cambridge Systematics.
Along with Neumann and Wright, CS’ current directors include: David Ferreira, former Chief Administrative Officer at Abt Associates; Robert Kasameyer, consulting professional for technology-based companies; Robert Skinner, former Executive Director of the Transportation Research Board; and Kathy Stein, co-founder and former owner of Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates.
Click here to learn more about Neumann and the other members of CS’ Board of Directors.