"I am honored to be able to serve on the Board of a growing, progressive company like STI which is re-defining the landscape in the school transportation industry. I'm excited to work with Denis and the other Board members and the management team who have a strong history of supporting the communities they serve. I am looking forward to contributing toward our future growth," Sturgis said. In addition to serving on STI's Board of Directors, Sturgis also serves on the Board of the Dailyworth.com and is Vice Chair of the National Board of the non-profit Step Up Women's Network. She is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology and currently serves on the Georgia Tech Presidential Advisory Board.
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Founded in 1997, Student Transportation Inc. is a premier and innovative provider of school transportation services in North America, operating more than 10,800 vehicles. Student Transportation's family of local companies delivers safe, reliable and cost-effective transportation solutions to school districts throughout the U.S. and Canada. Services are delivered by drivers, dispatchers, maintenance technicians, terminal managers and others who are caring members of their local communities. For more information, please visit
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