The engineering community is celebrated the National Engineers Week with a luncheon. Open to all
Speaker: Dawn Sullivan
Dawn Sullivan was named the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s Director of Capital Programs in February 2016, the first woman director to hold the position among senior staff members. She served as the Environmental Programs Division Engineer since 2007, having previously been the Planning & Research Division Engineer.
Sullivan has been with ODOT since 1988 when she first came to work as a summer engineering student at the Sand Springs Residency. She moved to the Bridge Division as a student engineer and in 1991 joined the Engineer-in-Training Program.
After a stint as an EIT in Tulsa, she moved to the Planning Division in Oklahoma City from 1994 to 1999. Following a brief assignment as an Engineering Manager in Roadway Design, she was promoted to Assistant Planning Engineer in 2000 then Division Engineer where she remained until becoming Environmental Division Engineer.
A native of Broken Arrow, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and has been a Professional Engineer since 1995.
Dawn and her husband, Kenny, have two boys and two girls and three grandchildren. They live in Norman.