KING OF PRUSSIA, PA – GVF TDM Manager, Stacey Weiss, received recognition as a 2018 40 Under 40 from the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT). These awards recognize leaders committed to developing transportation programs that shift driving alone behavior and create long-lasting transportation mode changes (van-pooling, carpooling, biking, transit, walking) within their communities and organizations. Their work makes a very real difference; and their creative solutions are bringing about an improved quality of life for commuters and increased livability of communities, resulting in a better future for everyone.
As a TDM Manager, Stacey's responsibilities include, but are not limited to, serving as a liaison to GVF partners, development of creative marketing campaigns and programs, management of marketing and communications through social media, and outreach initiatives. Stacey also coordinates signature events and TDM outreach programs.
Stacey has been with GVF since 2016. She exhibits leadership every day, from managing GVF’s marketing team, exceeding project deadlines through her willingness to do whatever it takes to get the project completed at the best quality it should be. Stacey also does speaking engagements and works closely with GVF partners to engage employees in transportation alternatives.
Stacey looks for opportunities to continue to challenge herself. Recently she completed a certificate in marketing to strengthen her expertise. She also presented at the ACT 2017 International Conference in New Orleans.
“I am honored to have been recognized with ACT’s 2018 40 under 40 award. It is a very exciting time to be a part of the TDM field as mobility rapidly evolves. I look forward to continuing to be a part of the GVF team, who is dedicated to improving our country’s transportation systems and quality of life for all,” said Stacey Weiss, TDM Manager.
“All of us at GVF are so happy that Stacey has received this award. Since coming to GVF Stacey has brought her passion for marketing and her dedication to moving GVF forward. She has been an asset to GVF and I’m so happy to see her receive this recognition,” said Rob Henry GVF Executive Director