A word with LRIW's 2016 'Woman of the Year'

Last month, the League of Railway Industry Women (LRIW) named Anamaria Bonilla "Outstanding Woman of the Year." She's spent the last 12 years working at MTA Metro-North Railroad, where she's spearheaded a slew of rail-safety initiatives, such as the RailAdvise® bridge management software. Bonilla currently serves as Metro-North's assistant chief engineer of track and structures.

A few weeks ago, I had the chance to chat with Bonilla about her career and her many accomplishments at the railroad. I also spoke with a few folks who nominated her for the award. To learn more about Bonilla, check out my recent article.

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