Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Local Resident Tapped to Lead Virginia-Highlands Nonprofit

According to a recent report from Virginia-Highland Patch, the Clear Air Campaign has hired a local resident as an Employer Services Manager.  The resident, Tom Tomaka, will be working with Georgia-based companies to build more commuter and rideshare programs.  In fact, that is one of the main goals of the Clear Air Campaign: to help commuters find travel alternatives so that there is less traffic congestion and overall better air quality.  Already, the nonprofit organization works with over 1,600 companies to help achieve this goal, so Tomaka will be in charge of growing this number even further.

Want to read more about this story?  Head on over to Virginia-Highland Patch.

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