Management

NASDPTS Executive Director Bob Riley to retire

Thomas McMahon
Posted on December 16, 2013
When he retires next summer, Bob Riley will have served nearly eight years as executive director of NASDPTS.

When he retires next summer, Bob Riley will have served nearly eight years as executive director of NASDPTS.

Bob Riley will retire next summer after nearly eight years as executive director of the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services (NASDPTS).

Before joining NASDPTS in the role in 2006, Riley was director of transportation for the School District of Palm Beach County (Fla.) for more than 12 years. Earlier in his career, he served as state pupil transportation director in Wyoming.

For more on Riley’s approximately 40-year career in pupil transportation, see our “Fascinating Personalities” profile on him.

Riley’s retirement is expected to be effective June 30, 2014. With his departure, the NASDPTS board of directors is now searching for a new executive director for the association.

The job description and details on applying can be found here.

Related Topics: NASDPTS

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Comments ( 3 )
  • Van Ludy

     | about 4 years ago

    The very best to Mr. Riley on his retirement. I know him as a devoted and loyal employee and a person of great integrity.

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