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Black Women Execs Recognized and Celebrated in Sisterhood
August 15, 2019
Despite the rigors of leading businesses and corporations while balancing families and various ventures, a group of influential African American women and other executives gathered at the LA84 Foundation in the West Adams neighborhood of South L.A., to celebrate businesswomen Cynthia Guidry, and Stephanie Wiggins for accepting CEO positions at Long Beach Airport and L.A.Metro. ... read more »
Metro CEO Phillip A. Washington Honored at Los Angeles Sustainability Coalition Annual Awards Dinner
December 13, 2018
Sponsored by Balfour Beatty, outstanding leaders in sustainability were recognized for contributions to accelerate key environmental and infrastructure goals at Downtown L.A. City Club on December 4, 2018 ... read more »
Metro statement on video of young woman being removed by police from subway vehicle
January 30, 2018
As Metro continues to work with our partners at the Los Angeles Police Department on the investigation of a young woman being forcibly removed from a Metro subway train yesterday, I want to be clear about my position: We want our Customer Code of Conduct rules enforced, but I’m disappointed at the way the situation escalated. ... read more »
Mayor Aja Brown’s Statement on Metro’s $30M in Safety Upgrades to Blue Line Corridor
November 10, 2016
"I commend Metro’s Executive Board and Chief Executive Officer Phil Washington for putting the safety of our residents and those who travel through and to Compton first." --Mayor Aja Brown ... read more »
Local Students Complete Architecture Summer Camp
August 17, 2016
Held on four successive Saturdays in July, this year’s camp attracted some 60 students from around Southern California ... read more »
Metro CEO Phil Washington Vows To Correct Unfair Stop & Frisk Practices
July 20, 2016
Phil Washington is not immune to criticism and as the CEO of the Los Angeles Metro Authority he has received his share. But what does make Phil Washington unique is that he is a problem solver. When Washington received statistical evidence showing people of color are overwhelmingly subjected to the LA Sheriff’s “stop and frisk” practices, he didn’t sweep it under the rug. ... read more »
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