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Stephanie Wiggins, a lifelong trailblazer and champion of equity and inclusion, was the first African American woman appointed as LA Metro’s CEO on April 8, 2021. She oversees the lead transportation planning, programming, and financing agency for the 10.1 million residents of LA County and the nation’s second-busiest transit system and serves. Before rejoining Metro as CEO, Wiggins served as CEO of Metrolink, the nation’s third-largest passenger rail system, and the Deputy CEO of Metro.As Deputy CEO, Wiggins assisted the CEO in providing leadership and achieving strategic public transportation objectives, including the passage in 2016 of Measure M. During her tenure at Metro, Wiggins also served as the Executive Director of Vendor/Contract Management. Prior to that role, Wiggins was the Executive Officer and Project Director of the Congestion Reduction/ExpressLanes Program where she launched the first high occupancy toll lanes in LA County on the I-10 and I-110.