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NC Chamber Foundation Names Senior Director of Infrastructure Competitiveness

| Infrastructure

RALEIGH, N.C. – The NC Chamber Foundation has named Dana Magliola senior director of infrastructure competitiveness to build and lead the Foundation’s long-term strategy and policy agenda for infrastructure and growth-related issues.

Prior to joining the NC Chamber Foundation, Magliola led the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s (NCDOT) Statewide Freight and Logistics program, recognized as one of the most innovative, active, and effective in the nation. Additionally, Magliola served as the NCDOT’s supply-chain subject matter expert, providing freight-related research and analysis, and has been actively involved in economic development activities statewide.

Through Vision 2030 and its five-year NC Leads strategic plan, the NC Chamber Foundation defines a critical policy research agenda and data-driven engagement on key economic growth issues in the state. A pillar of the plan is investing in infrastructure systems – transportation, energy, broadband, solid waste and water and sewer – to support the state’s rapid growth.

“North Carolina’s competitiveness is directly tied to the strength of our state’s infrastructure systems,” said Meredith Archie, president of the NC Chamber Foundation. “I am thrilled to have Dana’s expertise on our team to lead our infrastructure pillar. With more than 20 years of experience in industry, academia, and government, Dana will be instrumental in identifying, prioritizing, and mobilizing needed improvements to secure the state’s future competitiveness.”

Working with the NC Chamber Foundation President, Magliola will also provide subject matter expertise to the NC Chamber on infrastructure, supply chain, and growth public policy issues, and will continually evaluate and update Vision 2030 and the NC Leads plan to reflect goal achievement and the changing North Carolina landscape.

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