AECOM Vice President and transport leader, Lori Labrum, is honored by WTS Northern Utah Chapter Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award


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AECOM VP Lori Labrum receives diversity leadership award

AECOM VP Lori Labrum receives diversity leadership award

 May 04, 2021

Lori Labrum, AECOM Vice President and Transit-Rail Division Manager, has received the Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award. 

Lori is passionate about diversity and inclusion and leads by empowering women both at AECOM and across the transportation industry.

The award is granted by WTS, an organisation that attracts, sustains, connects and advances women’s careers to strengthen the transportation industry. 

Significant engineering and planning experience

Lori works in AECOM’s Houston office, helping to drive overall growth. She is a senior engineer with over three decades of engineering and planning experience for transit agencies throughout the AECOM Central Region.

She oversaw Utah Transit Authority’s 10.5-mile bus rapid transit project through Provo and Orem, Utah and was the project manager for the Northern Arizona Transit Authority in Flagstaff.

"I had the privilege of working with Lori on many transportation/traffic engineering and planning projects," says Miguel Aceves, Senior Engineering Manager at AECOM. "Lori is an innovative, honest, and self motivated engineer and manager who can successfully take on even the most challenging project. She has a proven record of exceeding project goals, objectives, and client expectations while maintaining a fun and efficient work environment."


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AECOM's commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion enables the company to better anticipate clients’ needs, understand the challenges facing the communities it serves, drive innovation that propels the industry forward and realize AECOM's purpose of delivering a better world.

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