Anne Ferro of FMCSA resigns
ARLINGTON, Va. – Announced late last week, Anne Ferro, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) administrator resigned her post.
The American Trucking Associations president and CEO, Bill Graves said: “In her time with FMCSA, Administrator Ferro was a passionate advocate for the agency. We wish her well in her new role at the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators and look forward to working with her on commercial driver licensing issues.”
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) responded to the news as well.
“We would like to congratulate the Administrator on her new position and wish her well as she leads the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators,” said Jim Johnston, president and CEO of OOIDA. “She is well known for having unprecedented personal outreach and engagement with truckers in all the years that we have worked with the agency.”
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