Your Texas Bullet Train has had a fantastic year thanks to the outpouring of support from millions of Texans from all over the state, and thanks to the hard work of every Texas Central employee working to #BuildThisTrain!
This year, four members of the Texas Central family have been recognized publicly for outstanding work in their fields. And, this strong showing comes on the heels of an award-winning 2016 in which the Urban Land Institute’s North Texas chapter named the project its “Next Big Idea” award winner.
Tim Keith was recognized as one of the most influential business leaders in North Texas by D Magazine in its annual standalone edition of D CEO.
The Dallas Business Journal named Holly Reed one of its “2017 Women in Business Honorees” in June, which annually recognizes North Texas women who are leaders in their field.
The magazine defines a Rising Star as “someone under the age of 40 who has made, or is making, a positive impact on his or her company, organization, department or team, and is viewed by others – peers, colleagues, supervisors, clients or associates as an up-and-coming leader in the rail industry.”
Be Great Magazine recognized Yinka Robinson as one of the “Leaders of the New School” in its February 2017 issue, which featured a photo spread and Q&A.