COMTO Presidential Letter

Dear Prospective Member:

As President of the Miami Chapter of the Conference of Minority Officials (COMTO), it gives me great joy to invite you to join a great organization, a great network, a great family.
My vision as President is to involve the Miami Chapter in important transportation discussions and initiatives that effect our profession and work. Our key focus is to make a difference in the transportation industry by creating opportunities for career enhancements and investing in the education of minority students pursuing degrees in transportation related fields. I envision the Miami Chapter as an organization, which provides a network for personal growth and business opportunities throughout the community.
There are several opportunities for you to lend your talents, expertise, and positive energy. Each member is encouraged to participate on at least one committee. Through our unified efforts, commitment, and actions we will all grow professionally and strengthen our organization as well as our personal network.
Your decision to join the Miami Chapter is greatly appreciated and welcomed. Feel free to contact me at (786) 300-1581 or via e-mail at vmw206@gmail.com.
Should you have any questions regarding your membership, contact T-Erica Pugh at (305) 965-5201 or teepugh@icloud.com / comtomiamimembership@gmail.com.
Valerie Williams
President, COMTO Miami

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The Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) was created to provide a forum for minority professionals in the transportation industry. COMTO’s membership includes individuals, groups, transportation agencies, private sector corporations, non-profit organizations, and Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs).

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