RSI’s Amanda Patrick Recognized as Rising Star in Industry by Progressive Railroading

Washington, DC, July 25, 2019 – Amanda Patrick, Vice President of Trade Shows & Board Relations for the Railway Supply Institute (RSI), has been recognized as one of Progressive Railroading magazine’s Rising Stars for 2019. The magazine annually recognizes individuals from across the industry who make considerable impacts to their organization and are seen as up-and-coming leaders of the industry.

“We’re proud to see Amanda’s many contributions to the industry recognized through this award, and we thank our former Chairman Pat Ameen of Amsted Rail for nominating her” said RSI President Mike O’Malley. “Amanda has been integral to our organization’s efforts over the past decade to help the rail supply industry grow through our trade shows, events, and beyond. We appreciate her dedication and commitment and look forward to her continued success here.”

Amanda is chiefly responsible for organizing RSI’s portion of Railway Interchange, which brings over eight thousand rail industry professionals from around the globe together in the largest railway exhibition and technical conference in North America. The 2019 show is being held from September 22-25 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Registration is currently open for all those interested in learning about the latest technology and trends in the rail industry.

Contact: John Hebert, (202) 347-4664

About the Railway Supply Institute (RSI)
The Railway Supply Institute (RSI) is dedicated to advancing safety, innovation, technology, and sustainability within the freight and passenger railway supplier industry, both in North America and global markets. As the voice of the industry, RSI strategically engages in critical and urgent industry matters by leveraging the technical expertise of our members to advocate in the legislative and regulatory arenas, foster education, host impactful events, and facilitate networking opportunities. For more information visit, follow RSI on Twitter and LinkedIn

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