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Port of Long Beach appoints new division directors

The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners approved the appointment of directors in two divisions of the Port of Long Beach, the Program Management Division and the newly established Central Procurement Services Division.

Monique Lebrun, who has been serving as the Port's assistant director of Program Management since December 2022, is set to ascend to the role of director of Program Management. With a tenure at the Port since September 2008, Lebrun has undertaken various responsibilities within the Design and Program Management divisions. The Program Management Division, part of the Port's Engineering Services Bureau, oversees improvements to harbor, wharfs, terminals, railroads, bridges, roadways and utilities.

In her new role, Lebrun will support and advance the Port’s US$2.2 billion, 10-year capital improvement program.

Terra Van Andel, the Port's Streamlines project manager within the Finance Division since 2022, will assume the role of the Port's Director of the Central Procurement Services Division. This division was established to standardize purchases and contracts across the 19 divisions of the Long Beach Harbor Department. The Central Procurement Services Division will centralize how external contracts and purchases are initiated, processed and executed to heighten consistency, transparency and efficiency.

Van Andel, who joined the Port's Finance Division as the contract compliance manager in 2020, has been actively involved in the Port's transition to a centralized procurement system over the past year.

These appointments will take effect on 13 January.

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