Former ANGA CEO had said she was making major changes at the group, including to annual meeting; will become policy chief at GridSmart Technologies
July 14, 2017
By William Ehart
Regina Hopper has resigned as CEO of the $6 million-revenue Intelligent Transportation Society of America, effective July 31, after two years at the helm, the organization announced. Hopper had succeeded Scott Belcher in 2015.
The July 12 announcement was followed a day later by another from ITS America that said Hopper was leaving to become the Washington, D.C.-based senior vice president of global public policy at member company GridSmart Technologies, of Knoxville, Tenn. Hopper had alluded to a new position in the sector in the July 12 statement.