Eno Center for Transportation Welcomes Intel’s Marjorie Dickman to Board of Directors
July 27, 2018
The Eno Center for Transportation announced today the appointment of Marjorie Dickman to its Board of Directors. Ms. Dickman currently serves as Global Director and Associate General Counsel for Intel Corporation.
Ms. Dickman, who previously served on Eno’s Board of Advisors, brings over 20 years of policy and legal expertise to Eno’s Board of Directors. Over the course of her career, she has overseen a diverse legislative and regulatory portfolio spanning an array of sectors, including automotive (self-driving and connected vehicles), wireless, smart cities, transportation, digital payments, retail, healthcare, media and industrial, among others. In her current role, Ms. Dickman is responsible for worldwide government affairs and public policy for Intel’s Internet of Things (IoT) and Automated Driving businesses.
“Eno is very excited that Ms. Dickman has joined our Board of Directors,” said Eno President and CEO Robert Puentes. “With the rapid advancement of automated vehicles and smart city technologies, and governments at every level grappling with complex questions related to technology innovation in a connected and digital world, Ms. Dickman brings a wealth of government affairs and public policy experience that will have a very positive impact on our work.”
She joins three former U.S. Secretaries of Transportation and other distinguished leaders from across the transportation field currently serving on Eno’s Board of Directors.
In addition, Eno welcomes Jannet Walker Ford, Vice President and General Manager, Eastern Region, Americas at Cubic Transportation Systems, and Professor Hani Mahmassani, Director of the Northwestern University Transportation Center, to its Board of Advisors.