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A big part of Neil Peterson's legacy lies within The Edge Foundation. This program was developed to help school children with learning disabilites - such as ADD and ADHD - to succeed in the classrom and life. Learn more about The Edge Foundation from this informative clip that was edited from the Tulatip Tribes Raising Hands video program.
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The Edge Foundation has posted another great article on study tips and rules. These rules are essential for any student who wants to succeed scholastically. Read the article on the Edge Foundation website here: https://edgefoundation.org/blog/2015/05/07/the-rules-of-studying/
Over a year ago I was honored to be selected by Parade Magazine as one of the "Dads On a Mission". It's an inspirational article about various dads doing great things for others and their families.
Some exciting news! I've recently been hired on a new position as chief executive to the Transportation Corridor Agencies in Irvine, California. I look forward to this new position as it takes me back to my transportation industry roots, as I will be overseeing the operations and construction of Orange County's toll roads. An excerpt from the thorough article written by Jane Yu of the Orange County Business Journal can be found below, as well as a link to the entire story on ocbj.com.
New CEO for Toll Roads
Friday, May 17, 2013
Transportation industry veteran Neil Peterson has agreed to take the chief executive post of the Transportation Corridor Agencies in Irvine.
He will start on June 3, succeeding Tom Margro, who retired last year. The agencies' chief communication officer, Lisa Telles, has been serving as interim CEO.
The Transportation Corridor Agencies are two joint authorities formed by the state legislature in 1986 to oversee the construction and operations of Orange County's toll roads. Transactions on toll roads brought in $237.5 million in revenue in the 12-month period through June.