Nancy Shevell is vice president, Administration, of New England Motor Freight, Inc. (NEMF) and the Shevell Group of Companies. She is responsible for accounts receivable, corporate communications, benefits administration, purchasing of supplies and equipment, and overall office management.
Ms. Shevell joined NEMF in 1983 as manager of Administration and advanced to the post of director of Administration before being named to her present position in 1986.
She is co-chairperson of the Arlene Walters Shevell Endowment Scholarship Fund, a family foundation that provides support for self-help groups for parents of addicted children and financial support for individuals in accredited rehabilitation programs, and is active in numerous other charities and public interest organizations.
Ms. Shevell holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Arizona State University, where she majored in transportation and was the recipient of the Fred Hurley Memorial Scholarship for Excellence in Transportation.
(above from her official company bio)
She is a member of the Board of the MTA, a position to which she was named by Gov. Pataki, who also named her husband as Commissioner of the Port Authority at the same time, in 2001. Her term expires in June 2011.
Her company is worth over $350 million.