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New Top-level (re-)hires at KDOT
« on: March 13, 2019, 03:22:04 PM »

The press release is from a week ago (March 7).

Quote from: Laurie Arellano
Former employees set to help lead KDOT

Three former Kansas Department of Transportation employees have returned to help lead the agency.

Burt Morey has been named KDOT’s Deputy Secretary and State Transportation Engineer. Morey has worked in the transportation industry for 27 years. He served as the KDOT Metro Engineer in Johnson County from 2007 to 2012. In 2012, Morey was selected to be the Project Director for the Johnson County Gateway. From November 2015 until his recent appointment, he served as the City Engineer of Overland Park.

Lindsey Douglas has been named Deputy Secretary. Douglas has worked in transportation policy for eight years. Four of those years were spent at KDOT, first as Legislative Liaison working on the passage of T-WORKS, and then as the Chief of the Office of Governmental and External Affairs. Most recently Douglas served as the Senior Director of Public Affairs for Union Pacific Railroad in Kansas, Missouri and Arizona.

Maggie Doll has been named Chief of Staff. Doll worked at KDOT for eight years, serving as the Chief of Public Involvement and leading the implementation of the successful “Local Consult” process following the passage of the T-WORKS legislation. For the past seven years, Doll has worked as a consultant in the transportation industry, spending the last five years at Burns & McDonnell in Kansas City.
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