Haley named executive vice president of Ohio's Metro

Darryl Haley recently was promoted to executive vice president of Metro, which provides approximately 17 million rides per year as a tax-funded, non-profit service of the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority.

Haley will serve directly under Metro CEO and General Manager Dwight Ferrell.

His job duties will include overseeing daily administration functions of Metro’s operations, administration, planning and development, and human resources departments.

Haley began his career with Metro in 2006. Since then, he has held various positions, including director of customer relations, chief of development and marketing officer, executive director of development and disadvantaged business enterprise officer, interim chief executive officer, and most recently deputy general manager.

Before joining Metro, Haley worked in the financial and health care distribution industries.

He holds a degree in business administration from the University of Cincinnati and is a member of the National Conference of Minority Transportation Officials.

He and his wife Kelly reside in Ohio's Anderson Township.

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