illian C. Borrone
Chairman, Eno Transportation Foundation
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Ms. Lillian C. Borrone serves as the Chairman of Eno Transportation Foundation. Ms. Borrone serves as a Director of Maher Terminals, LLC (Maher Terminals Inc.). She serves as a Director of STV Incorporated. She is a member of boards of directors for Horizon Healthcare Plan Holding Co, Inc.; subsidiaries of Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Jersey; and STV International Inc. She served as Port Director of Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and served as its assistant executive director until December 2000. Ms. Borrone advised the executive director and board of commissioners on various policy issues including international trade development; real estate acquisition and disposition for maritime, aviation, and mixed-use development projects; and transportation capital project management priorities at Port Authority of New York. Previously, Ms. Borrone served as director of the Port Commerce Department overseeing the Port Authority’s vast marine terminals, waterfront development, and international relations responsibilities. During her 12-year tenure, the Port Authority’s maritime activities grew significantly: cargo volumes increased by over 50 percent, sustaining the region’s position as the premier port on the East Coast; new long-term leases for each of the major terminals were executed; a multi-billion dollar capital program for channel deepening, terminal redevelopment, and land-side access improvements was developed and initiated; and two large mixed-used waterfront development projects in Hoboken, New Jersey and Hunter’s Point, Queens, New York advanced significantly. Other highlights of Ms. Borrone’s public service career include her work at the Port Authority as director of management and budget and assistant director of the Aviation Department, as deputy administrator at the U.S. Department of Transportation, and as associate administrator at the Urban Mass Transportation Administration. She serves as an advisor to, and on the boards of, several public and private agencies. A seasoned senior executive and transportation professional, Ms. Borrone has an extensive background in management, policy formation, planning, and intergovernmental and community relations. From 1982 to 2000, she served at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, where she ultimately served as Executive Director. Ms. Borrone served as Coordinator for the Office of Recovery and Victim Assistance for the State of New Jersey, Office of the Governor, and was responsible for managing this office after the events of September 11, 2001. She also served as a Presidential appointee to the U.S. Ocean Policy Commission from 2001 to 2005. In 2001, Ms. Borrone was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve on the Commission on Ocean Policy. The Commission’s final report released in 2004, “An Ocean Blueprint for the 21st Century,” provided legislative, legal, and programmatic recommendations to the Congress and Executive Branch. Ms. Borrone has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors during her distinguished career, including her induction into the Maritime Association Hall of Fame. Ms. Borrone received her bachelor’s degree in political science from American University and her master’s degree in civil engineering and transportation management from Manhattan College, Bronx, New York.
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Borrone, Lillian C. [MC????]
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I believe that Lillian received her Masters in 1977.
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]
Borrone, Lillian C. [MC1977]
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