Wenograd new vice president at ARTBA

By Richard High18 June 2010

Allison Wenograd has been promoted to vice president, member services, at the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).

Ms Wenograd will be responsible for coordinating all staff activities involved in the development and execution of programs, products and events that provide added-value to ARTBA membership.

Joining ARTBA in January 2008 as managing director of the association's Materials and Services Division and staff attorney, Ms Wenograd also serves as executive director of the Bridge Policy & Promotion Council and manages the ARTBA Northeastern and Southern Regional Leadership Teams. She will continue with all these responsibilities.

Prior to joining ARTBA, Ms Wenograd worked as an in-house attorney and contracts analyst with Watsonville, Calif.-based Granite Construction, where she reviewed and negotiated construction contracts and worked on a variety of legal projects.

While at Granite, Ms Wenograd also participated in community service projects and graduated from the Caterpillar, week-long equipment training course held in Tinaja Hills, Arizona.

During her college years, she worked for two semesters as an intern in the Vice President's Office of Scheduling and Advance at the White House. Ms Wenograd was later involved in various grassroots campaigns including a local land use and development-related initiatives in the San Francisco, California, Bay Area.

Ms Wenograd received her bachelor's in history from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2001. She earned her J.D. (with distinction) from the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2004.

She currently resides in Washington, DC.

Established in 1902, ARTBA represents the US transportation design and construction industry before the US Congress, the Executive Branch, federal agencies, news media and general public.

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