Elizabeth Warren GLS
Elizabeth’s vision is to create an organization where her knowledge and experience, along with relationships in the goods movement industry, government, labor and community, ensure that clients achieve best possible outcomes.
Prior to establishing Dialed-In Partners, Elizabeth was the Executive Director of FuturePorts, a membership-based advocacy group representing business interests engaged in goods movement in Southern California to advocate for balance between economic growth and environmental stewardship, with an emphasis on policies affecting goods movement at the local, state and federal level.
An example of her successful advocacy efforts at FuturePorts, includes the PTP™ Game: Ports to People which she created and designed. This original and proprietary game is trademarked, and is a community and stakeholder outreach tool used to communicate the important role that seaports and goods movement play in the community as an economic driver and job creator. The game, licensed and in use by the Port of Hueneme in their community outreach efforts, was also used by the Port of Los Angeles with the TransPORTer, as well as the Port of Long Beach and California State University Long Beach's (CSULB) Center for International Trade & Transportation (CITT) in their education and outreach activities.
Prior to joining FuturePorts in 2006, Elizabeth was the Public Policy Manager for transportation and environmental issues at the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, led the Chamber's advocacy efforts in Washington, D.C., and managed the Mobility 21 Coalition on behalf of the Chamber. Before a career in public policy, Elizabeth worked in the civil engineering and construction industry for developers, and global firms CH2M Hill and Jacobs, on commercial, port, railroad, and transportation projects, as well as managed projects, business development efforts, government relations and community involvement activities.
In July 2016, she was appointed by Mayor Eric Garcetti to the Port of Los Angeles Sustainable Supply Chain Advisory Committee. She also serves on the CSULB Center for International Trade & Transportation (CITT) Policy & Steering Committee, and the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce’s World Trade Week Planning Committee. Previous appointments include the California Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors by Governor Gray Davis.
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