ALEA, ATA honor state’s top driver license examiner
ABOVE PHOTO CAPTION: From left, ATA Director of Safety Tim Frazier; Col. Charles Ward, Department of Public Safety; Alabama Examiner of the Year, Nicole Robinson; Capt. John Archer, Driver License Div.; Chief Deena Pregno, Driver License Div., and ATA President and CEO Mark Colson.
Each fall the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency honors top employees from its Driver License Div. for top job performance and dedication to customer service.
Alabama Trucking Associations leaders Mark Colson and Tim Frazier were in Montgomery on November 5th to congratulate the Agency’s 2019 Driver License Examiner of the Year Award recipient Nicole Robinson of the ALEA’s South Region. The award, now in its 24th year, is co-sponsored by the Alabama Trucking Association.
“On behalf of the Alabama Trucking Association, I am proud to congratulate Ms. Robison for her dedication to serving the people of the great state of Alabama,” Colson said. “It’s because of her and the many talented people working with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency that we honor their efforts to providing Alabamians with timely services, such as providing commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) and other documents, to allow them to stay on schedule and provide for their families. We’re grateful for the agency’s efforts and our close working relationship with its leaders.”
Award finalists included Wendy Collett of North Region and Shari Rutter of Central Region. According to ALEA officials, coworkers nominate examiners for exemplary customer service and for going above and beyond throughout the year.
ATA has sponsored the award for more than a decade.