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Marny Moruzzi

Marny Moruzzi

Senior Associate Project Manager Vice President of Women in Transport, Mott MacDonald

Marny Moruzzi is Senior Associate Project Manager in Advisory Programme Delivery at Mott Macdonald and the Vice President of Women in Transport, a not for profit organisation.
An award-winning chartered project leader of major transport and infrastructure projects including High Speed 2 and Lower Thames Crossing, Marny has 19 years of multi-modal experience in a variety of delivery and leadership roles across operational transport, local Government, rail, highways, transport planning, logistics, transport infrastructure, construction and private consultancy.
Marny is a Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation, a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, an accredited NEC 3 and NEC 4 Project Manager and Institute of Leadership and Management Level 7 certificate holder. Marny’s energy and enthusiasm is unbounded with interests extending to business innovation, net-zero carbon, legislative processes and policy, and project financing.
Marny is a 2022 We Are The City Rising Star award winner for Transport Infrastructure and Logistics and as well as being an established leader in her field Marny is an active Champion for Equity Diversity and Inclusion. Keen to attract and retain the new industry entrants, Marny is a keen and active advocate of graduate schemes and transport Apprenticeships, her experience includes leading High Speed 2’s first transport planning cohort and supporting parliamentarian activities to promote apprenticeships.
As an accomplished thought leadership writer and speaker, Marny has written articles and detailed toolkits for the progression and retention of women in transport, maternity transitions, career change and long term sickness returners. Marny is a full-time working Mum of two boys and active working parent role model. Marny established and co-chaired High Speed 2’s own Gender Balance Staff Network in 2017 and blogged for the Major Project Association’s Gender Balance Initiative between 2015-2019 and provided strategic direction to form their partner Ambassador representatives roles.

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