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Roadside Chat with SDOT’s Sonia Palma, Customer Service and Incident Response Manager

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month (also known as Latinx Heritage Month), we sat down with Sonia Palma, SDOT’s Customer Service and Incident Response Manager. Born in Argentina, Sonia grew upinBuenos Aires, Argentina,andNew York. In New York, she finished high school and earned aBachelor’sdegreein Biology and a minor in… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrating Some of SDOT’s Essential Workers on Labor Day

Throughout the many challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic during the last six months, our dedicated staff have continued performing their jobs with a true commitment to excellence. In honor of Labor Day, we’re giving a shout out to a few of the many people who make it possible for… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrating Women’s Equality Day at SDOT

In 1973, the U.S. Congress designated August 26 as Women’s Equality Day, which at the time was a way of commemorating the passing of the 19th Amendment. One hundred years ago last week, the 19th Amendment granted many women in the United States the right to vote. We at SDOT… [ Keep reading ]

Roadside chat with Niki Seligman, Outreach & Creatives Intern

Today we say thank you and see you around to our fabulous Outreach & Creative Intern, Niki Seligman. You may recognize Niki’s name, as she is the author of many posts on our blog. She has a knack for shining the spotlight on people working behind the scenes at SDOT…. [ Keep reading ]

Women of SDOT: Meet Lorelei Williams

March is Women’s History Month and we’re celebrating some of the many women at SDOT who inspire us. Read about Angee and Patricia. Lorelei Williams is the Deputy Director for Capital Project Delivery. Six of our eight executive team members are women! They each head a key branch of SDOT… [ Keep reading ]