Bryony Chamberlain has over 20 years of operations and management experience in the transportation industry. She previously served as vice president of operations for National Express Transit. - Photo courtesy DATTCO Inc.

Bryony Chamberlain has over 20 years of operations and management experience in the transportation industry. She previously served as vice president of operations for National Express Transit.

Photo courtesy DATTCO Inc.

Connecticut-based bus dealership and transportation company DATTCO Inc. has appointed Bryony Chamberlain as vice president of its school bus division.

In her new role, Chamberlain brings over 20 years of operations and management experience in the transportation industry, coupled with a focus on safety and business development, according to a news release from DATTCO. She previously served as vice president of operations, transit east, for National Express Transit.

“I've worked alongside the DATTCO team for many years and always admired the quality of service and strength of the team,” Chamberlain said in the release. “I am excited for the opportunity to join the DATTCO family, to help develop the successful school bus business over the coming years, and build on the strength that has already been developed in the division over the history of the company.”

Chamberlain has a degree in Mathematics, First Honors, from the University of Durham, University College in England. She also holds a Diploma in Passenger Transportation from The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and an International Certificate of Professional Competence for Passenger Transport.

“I know that Bryony will build on the progress achieved in our school bus division thus far and will be able to grow the division further while remaining focused on our industry-leading safety performance,” Don DeVivo, DATTCO’s president, added in the release.

Established in 1949, DATTCO services 25 school districts and three Regional Education Service Centers in Connecticut, and two districts in Rhode Island, transporting over 110,000 students per day, according to the company.

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