RiverCities Transit Operator George Gorman and former Transit Manager Amy Asher will be honored next week during the virtual Washington State Transportation Conference.
George is a team player who always has a ready smile. He continually provides excellent service, whether assisting a passenger or picking up an open shift for a dispatcher. One of George’s fellow operators noted, “He always goes above and beyond and is always willing to lend a helping hand. George is friendly, and his passengers love him.” We couldn’t agree more. His supervisor notes George’s accident-free and complaint-free record as a great example of his dedication to doing his job well.
Amy is a model leader, who sets high expectations for her team, and leads by example with her vision, integrity, positive attitude, and compassion for employees and customers. Amid the COVID-19 crisis, she relentlessly secured masks and sanitizer, ensured barriers were installed on all buses and vans, and perhaps most impressively, kept all of her employees working during the shutdown without any loss of hours or benefits. RiverCities Transit takes pride in honoring Amy for her seven years of outstanding leadership.
WSDOT created the Wall of Fame program to recognize exemplary transportation employees for their dedication, innovation, customer service, and professionalism.