Railroad engineering, maintenance group promotes new officers

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Winkler (left) and Soucier were recently appointed to new positions at REMSA.
Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association
WASHINGTON – The executive committee of the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association has appointed new leaders.

Urszula Soucie has been promoted to chief operating officer and Sean Winkler will now serve as director of advocacy. The changes are effective immediately.

Soucie has served with the association since 2011, having previously served as director of trade shows and operations. She is responsible for growing and maintaining the association’s membership, administering the association’s member benefit program, and organizing conferences and exhibitions. She is also handling the group's day-to-day operations.

Winkler joined the association in 2015, having previously served as a grassroots coordinator. He was responsible for building grassroots programs, building relationships with the media, and supporting rail industry initiatives. In his new role, he will coordinate supplier grassroots efforts and expand the group’s advocacy efforts in Washington.

The association represents more than 340 railroad engineers, contractors, consultants, and maintenance-of-way suppliers across the country.

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