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Ms. Celia J. Blue

Chapter President

COMTO

HQ Phone: (202) 530-0551

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COMTO

818 18Th Street, NW Suite 850

Washington, District of Columbia 20006

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1971 on the campus of Howard University in Washington, DC, the Conference Of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) was created to provide a forum for senior level minority professionals in the transportation industry. It was an occasion to ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Co-Chair

Park Plaza

Commissioner

Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission

Registrar

Massachusetts Department of Public Health

Affiliations

Board of Trustees Member
Abby Kelley Foster Charter Public School

Assistant Secretary of Transportation, MassDOT Performance Management and Innovation and Guests
Mass. Insurance News , rmv news

Education

Masters

Business Administration

Anna Maria College

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Celia J. Blue | Welcome to the April-June 2016 Issue Ethnic Online Issue

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Celia J. Blue

Ethnic Gem: Celia J. Blue
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Celia J. Blue the first African American to serve as chief executive officer and registrar of the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). Blue has held multiple leadership positions, serving Mass DOT and the Commonwealth as assistant secretary for Performance Management and Innovation, deputy registrar, and as a commissioner of the Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission. Blue has a reputation for building and managing teams and establishing impactful partnerships. Her ability to lead and motivate has propelled many in their pursuit of excellence.
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Celia J. Blue is a leader within our community, right here in the city of Boston! Blue was the first African American to serve as chief executive officer and registrar of the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). Blue has held multiple leadership positions, serving Mass DOT and the Commonwealth as assistant secretary for Performance Management and Innovation, deputy registrar, and as a commissioner of the Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission. Blue has a reputation for building and managing teams and establishing impactful partnerships. Her ability to lead and motivate has propelled many in their pursuit of excellence.
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Blue believes there is always room for improvement.
Mentoring is a source of motivation for her drive. She believes the development of a department, agency, or organization depends on the individual employees. Senior leaders are important, but employees are essential in achieving the company's full potential. By maintaining this philosophy throughout her years of working, she has received numerous awards for her commitment to leadership, including the Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award from the internationally known Women Transportation Seminar (WTS), and the Women Who Rock Leadership Award from Get Konnected, an organization started by Colette Phillips Communications, Inc.
The phrase "work hard and play hard" characterizes how Blue manages her work and personal life. During her work hours, she implements time management skills in planning and completion of her tasks and duties. During her personal hours, she spends quality time with her family. She understands these hours are important in developing and welcoming balance in the bond between families. Celia enjoys playing golf, reading books, working out, and going to the beach and spa.
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Blue is a visionary because she has clear foresight, expectations and goals. In her experience, being open to possibilities is important because your experience, plus education, plus leadership, equals opportunity, and we should be open to where those opportunities might lead us.
Like many great leaders, she believes in giving back to society and is actively involved in women of color inequality issues. Currently, she is the chapter president for the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials and is the co-chair of the 44th National Conference coming to Boston on July 11-14 at the Park Plaza Hotel.
Continue to watch for Celia J. Blue to lead one of our nations' largest organizations. Like her role models, she will leave an inspiring legacy of improving the lives of men, women, and youth while mentoring the next generation to take her place one day.
WTS-Boston congratulates Celia J. Blue on being selected 2015 Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award Winner!


Welcome to the July-September 2015 Issue Ethnic Online Issue

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Female leaders often go unrecognized and unappreciated in a world dominated by men, but Ethnic Online is happy to profile the accomplishments and contributions of Celia Blue who has numerous awards during her career and serves as an inspiration to not only professional females, but everyone who is fortunate to meet her…including men!

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Ethnic Gem:Â Celia J. Blue
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Blue has held multiple leadership positions, serving Mass DOT and the Commonwealth as assistant secretary for Performance Management and Innovation, deputy registrar, and as a commissioner of the Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission....
]]> Ethnic Gem:Â Celia J. Blue
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Blue has held multiple leadership positions, serving Mass DOT and the Commonwealth as assistant secretary for Performance Management and Innovation, deputy registrar, and as a commissioner of the Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission. Blue has a reputation for building and managing teams and establishing impactful partnerships. Her ability to lead and motivate has propelled many in their pursuit of excellence.
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Celia J. Blue is a leader within our community, right here in the city of Boston! Blue was the first African American to serve as chief executive officer and registrar of the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). Blue has held multiple leadership positions, serving Mass DOT and the Commonwealth as assistant secretary for Performance Management and Innovation, deputy registrar, and as a commissioner of the Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission. Blue has a reputation for building and managing teams and establishing impactful partnerships. Her ability to lead and motivate has propelled many in their pursuit of excellence.
...
Blue believes there is always room for improvement.
Mentoring is a source of motivation for her drive. She believes the development of a department, agency, or organization depends on the individual employees. Senior leaders are important, but employees are essential in achieving the company’s full potential. By maintaining this philosophy throughout her years of working, she has received numerous awards for her commitment to leadership, including the Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award from the internationally known Women Transportation Seminar (WTS), and the Women Who Rock Leadership Award from Get Konnected, an organization started by Colette Phillips Communications, Inc.
The phrase “work hard and play hard� characterizes how Blue manages her work and personal life. During her work hours, she implements time management skills in planning and completion of her tasks and duties. During her personal hours, she spends quality time with her family. She understands these hours are important in developing and welcoming balance in the bond between families. Celia enjoys playing golf, reading books, working out, and going to the beach and spa.
 “When we lead we should realize it’s more than us, and when we realize that, we can make a difference.� Celia J. Blue
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Blue is a visionary because she has clear foresight, expectations and goals. In her experience, being open to possibilities is important because your experience, plus education, plus leadership, equals opportunity, and we should be open to where those opportunities might lead us.
Like many great leaders, she believes in giving back to society and is actively involved in women of color inequality issues. Currently, she is the chapter president for the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials and is the co-chair of the 44th National Conference coming to Boston on July 11-14 at the Park Plaza Hotel.
Continue to watch for Celia J. Blue to lead one of our nations’ largest organizations. Like her role models, she will leave an inspiring legacy of improving the lives of men, women, and youth while mentoring the next generation to take her place one day.
WTS-Boston congratulates Celia J. Blue on being selected 2015 Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award Winner!


lwebb | Welcome to the October-December 2016 Issue Ethnic Online Issue

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Celia J. Blue

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Ethnic Gem: Celia J. Blue
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Celia J. Blue the first African American to serve as chief executive officer and registrar of the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). Blue has held multiple leadership positions, serving Mass DOT and the Commonwealth as assistant secretary for Performance Management and Innovation, deputy registrar, and as a commissioner of the Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission....


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The morning's program included a welcome from Ned Codd, the Assistant Secretary for Green Transportation at MassDOT, a comedic introduction by Cindy Campbell, a former SmartRoutes traffic reporter for WCVB-TV and featured speaking presentations from Celia J. Blue, Registrar of Motor Vehicles at MassDOT and Joseph Curtatone, Mayor of Somerville.

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In her remarks, Celia Blue mentioned that even though her job title refers to cars, she is very interested and impressed by transportation options that result in having fewer cars in the road. "The companies here today represent the best in combating traffic demand, especially during the busiest travel times in the Boston area," Ms. Blue commented.


ethnic gems archived | Welcome to the April-June 2016 Issue Ethnic Online Issue

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Celia J. Blue

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Ethnic Gem: Celia J. Blue
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Celia J. Blue the first African American to serve as chief executive officer and registrar of the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV). Blue has held multiple leadership positions, serving Mass DOT and the Commonwealth as assistant secretary for Performance Management and Innovation, deputy registrar, and as a commissioner of the Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission....

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