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School Bus Operator Go Riteway Promotes Executives

Posted on March 22, 2018

Joshua Smith (left) was promoted to chief financial officer of Go Riteway. Nate Hamilton was named VP of western region school bus operations.
Joshua Smith (left) was promoted to chief financial officer of Go Riteway. Nate Hamilton was named VP of western region school bus operations.
OAK CREEK, Wis. — Go Riteway Transportation Group has promoted four people in corporate and operations roles, the company announced on Tuesday.

Joshua Smith has been promoted to chief financial officer of Go Riteway. He started with the company in 2011 as operations controller and most recently served as vice president of finance.

Nate Hamilton has been promoted to vice president of western region school bus operations. He joined Go Riteway in 2013 as an operations supervisor in Oak Creek after a career in educational administration. He soon advanced to terminal manager in Oak Creek and, in 2016, was named regional operations manager for the company’s western region.

Jason Ebert has been promoted to vice president of fleet and facilities. He started with Go Riteway in 2010 as a fleet and facilities coordinator and has managed many fleet and facility projects over the years. In his new position, Ebert will continue to be responsible for acquiring and maintaining the growing number of company vehicles and company properties.

Jason Ebert was promoted to VP of fleet and facilities for Go Riteway. Jenny Stanley was named corporate controller.
Jason Ebert was promoted to VP of fleet and facilities for Go Riteway. Jenny Stanley was named corporate controller.
Jenny Stanley has been promoted to corporate controller of Go Riteway. For the past three years, she served as assistant controller, a role in which she was credited with helping to drive efficiencies and process improvements in the accounting and finance functions.

Go Riteway has more than 1,350 employees and 1,090 vehicles, operating out of 18 Wisconsin locations. The company provides service for 27 school districts.

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