Clibborn receives transportation group’s ‘Woman of the Year’ award

  • Tuesday, April 18, 2017 12:28pm
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Rep. Judy Clibborn received the “Woman of the Year” award from the Puget Sound Chapter of the Women in Transportation Seminar on March 28. Courtesy photo

On March 28, the Puget Sound Chapter of the Women in Transportation Seminar presented Rep. Judy Clibborn (D-Mercer Island) with their “Woman of the Year” award. The mission of WTS International is to “build the future of transportation through the global advancement of women.”

In presenting Clibborn with this award, WTS Puget Sound cited her “commitment to supporting our region’s transportation industry as evidenced by her leadership on the Transportation Committee and work negotiating and securing the recent transportation package” and her “vigorous support of our mission of advancing women in transportation.”

Clibborn has served in the Legislature since 2002, and is chair of the House Transportation Committee.

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