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PMTA hires new director of communications

PMTA hires new director of communications

PMTA is pleased to welcome Megan Magensky to the team as our director of communications.

With an insider knowledge of the news and communication industry, Megan will handle communication with press, PMTA’s social media, website and the quarterly PennTrux publication. She will also work with PMTA’s team to promote membership, manage events, and make sure the public understands the critical role of trucks in Pennsylvania.

“We are excited to have Megan on board at PMTA,” said Rebecca Oyler, PMTA President & CEO. “Her experience as a reporter gives us a fresh perspective on how to tell the story of trucking in a compelling and meaningful way. We appreciate her enthusiasm and are looking forward to her new ideas and efforts on behalf of our members.”

Megan has lived in Central Pennsylvania since 2020. She spent the last several years working as a reporter for CBS 21 News in Harrisburg.

On the CBS 21 News team, Megan covered the I-83 South Bridge Tolling projectand PennDOT’s funding challenges through the state fuel tax and infrastructure legislation.

“I’m thrilled to be with PMTA,” said Megan. “I’ve spent years telling stories about the transportation industry, and I’m excited to get to know some of the people affected by what I’ve reported on.”

Megan has degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Musical Theatre from Columbia College Chicago. She describes herself as a “total theatre nerd” enjoying local performances on the weekend.

In addition to Central PA and Chicago, Megan lived in Southeastern Washington where she reported for KEPR Action News covering wildfires and other breaking news. Originally, she’s from Northeast Ohio, though she’s a Pittsburgh sports fan.

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