City of Houston Assistant Director for Parking Management Liliana Rambo has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Texas Parking Association.
Rambo Appointed to Texas Parking Association BoardThe Texas Parking Association is a statewide association of individuals involved with parking related business. Its members include those who work in municipalities and other government bodies, with local, state or national parking authorities, transportation authorities, commissions, boards, bureaus or departments, also including universities, colleges, airports, hospitals, stadiums and auditoriums.
Rambo joins three other Board members from the Houston area for her two-year term, including Patsi Davis, of Texas Childrens Hospital, Eve Grubb, of Texas Medical Center, and Daniel Huberty, with Ampco System Parking.
A leader with a strong background and more than 20 years of experience in the Parking industry, Rambo was born in Colombia and raised in South Florida. Joining the City of Houston Parking Management division in April 2005, she is responsible for on-street parking operations, including almost 6,000 on-street parking spaces, meter operations, parking enforcement, customer service and administration.
Liliana is held in high regard throughout the parking industry and she brings many years of experience in municipalities to our organization, said Bob Harkins, president of the Texas Parking Association and associate vice president for campus safety and security for the University of Texas at Austin.
With her support, well be better able to aid association members in dealing with parking problems and in fostering a current understanding of parking principles, practices and interaction with transportation objectives.
Rambo is the first City of Houston employee to serve on the Board and, during her tenure, has reinforced the mission of the Parking Management division to ensure the highest level of customer service.
Under her leadership, the first citizen-led Parking Commission in the state of Texas has been appointed in Houston, a technologically-advanced meter project has been initiated, the Disabled Parking Volunteer Program has expanded to include more than 400 citizen volunteers and a community outreach program has been developed, presenting parking information relative to residential areas to Super Neighborhood groups and homeowners association meetings.
Liliana is an ideal candidate for such a Board because of her positive contributions and the direction shes taken in managing the public parking system," said Dawn Ullrich, director of the City of Houston Convention and Entertainment Facilities Department. She constantly reinforces Mayor Bill White's commitment to making traffic on our streets run smoothly and making City Hall more efficient and responsive."