Roma McKenzie-Campbell is a firm believer in the fact that things happen for a reason. Although her career did not go as planned, Roma is certainly happy about her destination. Roma found a happy medium because of her job in the transportation industry.
Roma started her education over at Northeastern University. She received her BS in Electrical Engineering in 1991. At Northeastern University, Roma was the president and an active member of NSB. Roma continued her studies at Lesley University, where she received her Masters in Management in 1998. Roma is currently working with a regional division of Amtrak. She is in charge of all the train trips made from Boston to Rhode Island. Her daily activities consist of meetings, payments, project meetings.
Roma's greatest accomplishment is when she was granted the opportunity to China and India for research for sustainable transportation. She learned about transportation on an international sphere. Roma was able to give advice to those countries as well. She found this trip extremely rewarding.