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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials appointed Cheryl Ball (seen above) – the waterways and freight administrator for the Missouri Department of Transportation – to a two-year term as vice chair of the Council on Water Transportation on April 13, effective immediately.

[Above photo by MoDOT.]

A civil engineering graduate from Missouri University of Science and Technology, Ball also received a Juris Doctorate from Saint Louis University School of Law and is a licensed attorney.

A 32-year MoDOT veteran, Ball became the agency’s waterways and freight administrator in 2011. She’s also served as assistant to MoDOT’s district engineer, long range planning coordinator, and district planning manager – among other roles – during her tenure with the department.

Ball is also active with the People Helping Paws Dog Rescue and serves on its board of directors.

 

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