Chief Information Officer and Acting DMV Commissioner
Eric Boyette serves dual roles at the N.C. Department of Transportation as chief information officer and acting commissioner of the Division of Motor Vehicles.
Ann Dishong is responsible for structuring and facilitating the N.C. Board of Transportation, the N.C. Turnpike Authority, the N.C. Global TransPark Authority and the N.C. Ports Authority as well as implementing and overseeing an agency-wide standardized internal policy process.
Director of Human Resources
Anne Lasley is responsible for defining, developing, planning, directing, implementing and assessing all facets of human resources activities for employees.
J. Carr McLamb Jr. serves oversees the N.C. Department of Transportation's legal efforts and plays a pivotal role in strategic planning, contract and personnel oversight, negotiations and decision-making for critical infrastructure projects throughout the state.
Executive Director of N.C. Turnpike Authority
Beau Memory is responsible for developing and implementing the N.C. Turnpike Authority's strategic vision to address the combined effects of rapid growth, increasing congestion and funding challenges.
Mary Morton oversees the Inspector General’s Office and promotes accountability, ensures compliance with laws and regulations and investigates reports of fraud, waste and abuse.
Director of Planning and Programming
Patrick Norman oversees the Division of Planning and Programming, which includes the Transportation Planning Branch, State Transportation Improvement Program and Feasibility Studies Unit, Project Management Unit, Strategic Prioritization Office and Performance Metrics.
Director of Technical Services
Rodger Rochelle oversees the Technical Services Division, which handles construction contracts, contract standards, preconstruction, design-build projects, public-private partnerships and other matters.
Chief Financial Officer
David Tyeryar is responsible for planning and oversight of finances, as well as researching new revenue sources to meet the state’s growing transportation infrastructure demands.
Director, Office of Civil Rights
Marci Wright oversees the Office of Civil Rights, which promotes and ensures that customers and employees have equal access and equal opportunity to participate in transportation programs without facing unlawful discrimination.