Erin Shumate

Erin Shumate

Erin Shumate, Eno’s Deputy Director for professional development programs, manages the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of the professional development programs. She works with Eno leadership to assess existing courses and helps develop programs to fill the gaps. She manages the course processes from start to finish for all leadership programs and events, including marketing, registration/application, pre-course work, onsite course, and evaluation. She facilitates portions of the Transit Mid Manager and Transit Senior Executive Programs, including leading small groups, facilitating 360 assessment coaching sessions, and modules on transit trends, change management, and generations in the workplace. She started in the organization in 2012 as the Program Coordinator and has been promoted multiple times over the years.

Prior to joining Eno, Ms. Shumate worked for the Sheraton Suites as their Catering Sales Manager, ensuring the meetings and events going on were executed without flaw. She received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from James Madison University and a Master’s in Business Administration from George Mason University with a concentration in leadership development and project management.

Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

Workforce development

Eno Announces the Future Leaders Development Conference (LDC) Class of 2019

March 20,2019 Each year, the Eno Future Leaders Development Conference (LDC) gives 20 of the nation’s top graduate students in transportation a first-hand look at how national transportation policies are...
Public transit,Transit Workforce,Workforce development

Eno’s 2019 Eno Transit Senior Executive Program Is A Wrap!

March 15,2019 Earlier this month, 36 top transit executives from across the country traveled to Alexandria, VA to take part in Eno’s 15th annual Transit Senior Executive (TSE) Program. TSE students come...
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