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AECOM VP joins discussion on climate change and transport

AECOM VP joins discussion on climate change and transport

 May 18, 2021

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Marking United For Infrastructure Week, AECOM Vice President and Global Goods Movement Director, Alanna Strohecker, joined further transportation and policy experts to discuss how approaching the rail system through an innovative lens can make a positive impact against climate change.

Hosted by the OneRail Coalition, the Get Onboard: How Rail is Leading the Charge on Climate and Infrastructure panel discussion invited speakers to share examples of the gains being made by the rail sector to address climate change using innovative technology and sustainable infrastructure practices that are sensitive to environmental justice impacts.

Leading global business development and strategy

Alanna is an experienced professional with strategy, business development, and project management expertise within the freight rail, ports and global goods movement industries. She is also a dynamic leader capable of leading cross-functional teams towards strategic project goals on progressive projects.

In her role at AECOM, Alanna leads global business development and strategy associated with the Goods Movement Market Sector (freight rail, ports, bulk handling projects, trucking and distribution). She also manages a talented team of AECOM professionals globally to provide infrastructure design to move goods and the economy.

Previously, Alanna was an AECOM Vice President and Associate Vice President in the Freight Rail sector, as well as a Project Manager based in Philadelphia, USA.

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As populations grow, so do demands for safe, expedient and cost-effective transportation.

AECOM employees, like Alanna, work with clients around the world to build, modernize and expand transportation projects that carry communities into the future — safely and reliably.

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