A proven leader and a true public servant, Freddie Fuller has spent his entire professional career in the public transportation industry. For more than 22 years Freddie has utilized his education, expertise and relationships to engage and connect organizations and individuals within the transit industry. He is currently a Vice President at Jacobs, leading new business capture for transit and rail pursuits in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, with a focus on electronic payment systems.
A private sector consultant and public servant, Freddie currently serves on the board as the National Chair of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) and as Secretary/Treasurer of the American Public Transportation Association (APTA).
Freddie earned an undergraduate degree in Urban Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University, two Masters degrees from Georgia Tech in City Planning and Civil Engineering. He also completed coursework towards a doctorate degree at Virginia Tech in Planning and Governance. He and his wife, Tasha reside in Woodbridge, Virginia and are the proud parents of four children. Freddie loves to work out regularly and is an avid runner.