HOUSTON - Veronica O. Davis, PE, has been named Director of Transportation & Drainage Operations, a service line within Houston Public Works. Transportation & Drainage operations is responsible for maintaining and improving the infrastructure that spans Houston’s 671 square miles.
Veronica has nearly 20 years of experience in engineering and transportation planning. She is an Entrepreneur and Civil Engineer, co-founding Nspiregreen, LLC., which manages Community, Multimodal Transportation, and Environmental planning and consulting. While at Nspiregreen, she led the Vision Zero Action Plans for Washington, DC and the City of Alexandria. She co-founded Black Women Bike, an organization and movement which builds a community and interest in biking among black women through education, advocacy and recreation. Veronica was recognized as a Champion of Change by the White House in 2012 for her professional accomplishments and advocacy.
“Veronica brings an innovative perspective to the future of Houston Public Works Transportation & Drainage Operations,” said Carol Haddock, Director, Houston Public Works. “Her experience in multimodal transportation planning for all commuters will help the City execute key portions of the Vision Zero Action Plan and focus on a resilient Houston for decades to come.”