Anthony Foxx: Grit Goes Further Than Genius

Anthony Foxx: Grit Goes Further Than Genius

By ADAM BRYANT The United States transportation secretary said some intelligent people walked away from tough assignments because they lacked mental toughness. Published: March 2016 at from NYT Business Day Article..

Tell Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx to make trails, walking and biking count! Sign our petition by Aug. 18, 2016. We’ll deliver the signatures as part of the public comments process on the proposed rule..The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) is proposing a new rule to count only cars when measuring and addressing traffic congestion, leaving trails, walking and biking—and even public transit—out of the mix.

Tell Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx to make trails, walking and biking count! Sign our petition by Aug. 18, 2016. We’ll deliver the signatures as part of the public comments process on the proposed rule..The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) is proposing a new rule to count only cars when measuring and addressing traffic congestion, leaving trails, walking and biking—and even public transit—out of the mix.

Anthony Renard Foxx (born April 30, 1971) is an American politician who has been United States Secretary of Transportation since 2013. He served as the Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, from 2009 to 2013. He was first elected to the Charlotte City Council in 2005, and he was elected as Mayor on November 3, 2009, winning 51.5%[1] of the vote and defeating his City Council colleague, Republican John Lassiter. He won a second term on November 8, 2011, winning more than two-thirds of the vote…

Anthony Renard Foxx (born April 30, 1971) is an American politician who has been United States Secretary of Transportation since 2013. He served as the Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, from 2009 to 2013. He was first elected to the Charlotte City Council in 2005, and he was elected as Mayor on November 3, 2009, winning 51.5%[1] of the vote and defeating his City Council colleague, Republican John Lassiter. He won a second term on November 8, 2011, winning more than two-thirds of the vote…

U.S. Secretary of Transportation nominee and current Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx The city's youngest mayor and only second African American to hold the office. Davidson Class of 1993

U.S. Secretary of Transportation nominee and current Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx The city's youngest mayor and only second African American to hold the office. Davidson Class of 1993

POLL: Will Anthony Foxx be a good Transportation Secretary? | Better Roads

POLL: Will Anthony Foxx be a good Transportation Secretary? | Better Roads

“I’d rather have resilience than almost any other quality.” Corner office interview w/ Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx @SecretaryFoxx  Resilience, anti-fragility, growing stronger through challenges as a leadership attribute (à la Nassim Taleb @nntaleb) #foresight

Anthony Foxx: Grit Goes Further Than Genius

“I’d rather have resilience than almost any other quality.” Corner office interview w/ Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx @SecretaryFoxx Resilience, anti-fragility, growing stronger through challenges as a leadership attribute (à la Nassim Taleb @nntaleb) #foresight

Obama to Name Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx as Secretary of Transportation

Obama to Name Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx as Secretary of Transportation

Former Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx discusses Trump's infrastructure plan - CBS News

Former Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx discusses Trump's infrastructure plan

Former Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx discusses Trump's infrastructure plan - CBS News

Anthony Foxx | Fast Company | business + innovation

Anthony Foxx

Anthony Foxx | Fast Company | business + innovation

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