AECOM President Lara Poloni provides industry insight and career advice via the 'Women Who Move Nations' podcast


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AECOM President Lara Poloni on the big issues impacting mobility

AECOM President Lara Poloni on the big issues impacting mobility

 May 26, 2021

AECOM President Lara Poloni was a guest on The International Association of Public Transport 's (UITP) "Women Who Move Nations - The Public Transport Podcast".

Lara shared her insight about the transportation sector, career advice, and what drives her passion for her area of work.

Experience on major transport infrastructure projects

In the podcast, Lara discusses her extensive experience working on major transport infrastructure projects across the world.

Her love of cities and desire to make them functional, sustainable and liveable, drives her passion for public transport and sustainable mobility.

Lara has worked her way to leadership by confronting unconscious bias and taking charge of her career and she encourages other women to do the same.

Spotlighting public transport leaders from around the world

UITP supports sustainable public transport and mobility in urban areas worldwide. Hosted by UITP's Executive Director Michelle Batsas, UITP's podcast series, "Women Who Move Nations", features interviews with public transport leaders from Australia, New Zealand and around the world.

Each guest shares her insights on the big issues impacting mobility today along with their career journeys. 

Listen to the podcast featuring AECOM President Lara Poloni.


Work alongside industry experts at AECOM

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

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

Discover the latest job opportunities in transport with AECOM.

 

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