Eno Center for Transportation has appointed Tay Yoshitani, CEO of the Port of Seattle, and Phil Washington, general manager of the Regional Transportation District in Denver, to its board of directors, according to Lillian Borrone, Eno’s chairman.
Yoshitani has been the CEO of the Port of Seattle since March 2007. He previously served as the senior adviser to the National Association of Waterfront Employers and is also the former chief executive of both the Maryland Port Administration and the Port of Oakland. In addition, he served as deputy executive director of the Port of Los Angeles.
As RTD’s general manager, Washington is leading FasTracks, a transit expansion program in North America. He is also leading the Workforce Initiative Now program, which is a collaboration between RTD, the Community College of Denver, Denver Transit Partners and the Urban League of Metropolitan Denver. Before joining the transportation industry, Washington had a 24-year military career.
In addition, Eno’s board of directors held elections for officers, including the re-election of Lillian Borrone as chairman, Mort Downey as secretary and David Plavin as treasurer. All terms last one year.