Marshall Chimwedzi, ’86

Marshall Chimwedzi

 

Marshall Chimwedzi, ’86, is helping increase Alabama A&M University’s status as an environmentally sustainable historically Black institution through his grant writing capacity and service as the university’s director of transportation. In his tenure at the university, Chimwedzi has secured nearly $5.4 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Authority (FTA) for low-emission bus projects and technology upgrades. In addition, his office oversees several initiatives, including a student-led project called “Clean Low Emissions Approach & Novel Transportation Innovation Practice” (CLEAN-TRIP). MORE

 

 

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