News Flash Home
The original item was published from 5/5/2020 4:55:22 PM to 5/20/2020 12:00:03 AM.

News Flash

Planning and Zoning

Posted on: May 5, 2020

[ARCHIVED] May 14: Virtual Information Session on Transportation

The Annapolis Planning Commission and Nitty Gritty Committee will be hosting a virtual information session on transportation.  Please join us May 14 at 7 pm to hear Shelley Row present via Zoom and on the City YouTube Channel.  You can email questions in real time to Sally Nash at  See Shelley’s biography below:

Shelley Row, PE, CSP

An Inc. Magazine top 100 leadership speaker and one of eight engineers who is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), Shelley Row, PE, CSP, is an engineer and former government and association executive. Shelley founded the Insightful Leadership Institute following a distinguished 30-year transportation career. Her career as a transportation engineer started in 1984 when women engineers were few. She worked as a transportation engineer in Texas, California, Arizona, North Carolina and Georgia during the 1996 Olympic Games. She finished her career in the Senior Executive Service with the U.S. Department of Transportation where she ran a research program on connected and automated vehicles. She is an award-winning leader with top honors in her agency. Shelley is widely known within the transportation community for her leadership, vision and organizational skills. 

Today, Shelley’s leadership work focuses on developing insightful leaders who see beyond the data.  She is a sought-after trainer, consultant and speaker with hundreds of virtual and live presentations to her credit including for national and international audiences from 20 to 2000. She has published articles in Forbes, Fast Company, HuffPost Business, SmartBlog on Leadership, CEO Magazine, Thinking Highways and more. Follow her work by signing up for her newsletter at She has a certificate from the NeuroLeadership Institute and is past president of the National Speakers Association Washington, DC chapter.  She is the author of four books including, Think Less, Live More. Lessons from a Recovering Over-Thinker.

Facebook Twitter Email