Shelley Blake serves as general counsel to the department.
Deputy Secretary of Communications
Mike Charbonneau leads all communication efforts for the NCDOT, and is responsible for the strategic development, integration, and implementation of a broad range of public relations activities and integrated print and online communications; media relations; marketing; and public awareness and education programs.
Ann Dishong is responsible for structuring and facilitating the NC Board of Transportation, the NC Turnpike Authority, the NC Global TransPark Authority, and the NC Ports Authority as well as implementing and overseeing an agency-wide standardized internal policy process. In addition, as a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Dishong leads Lean Six Sigma training efforts and improvement projects across the department.
Mike Holder oversees construction projects, maintenance, operations and customer service for all of North Carolina’s 14 Transportation Divisions.
Director of Human Resources
Anne Lasley is responsible for defining, developing, planning, directing, implementing and assessing all facets of Human Resources activities for the more than 12,000 employees of NCDOT.
Deputy Secretary for Transit
Executive Director of N.C. Turnpike Authority
Beau Memory is the executive director of the North Carolina Turnpike Authority and is responsible for developing and implementing its strategic vision to address the combined effects of rapid growth, increasing congestion and funding challenges.
Mary Morton oversees the Inspector General’s office and its three branches: Financial and Organizational Performance Audits; External Audits; and Investigations, which includes Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Compliance.
Director of Customer Service, North Carolina Turnpike Authority
Susan Pullium serves as director of customer service for the North Carolina Turnpike Authority, where she is working to strengthen efforts to enhance customer service across all areas of the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
Director of Technical Services
Rodger Rochelle oversees NCDOT's Technical Services Division, which includes construction contracts, contract standards, contractor prequalification, preconstruction (project development and environmental analysis, roadway design, hydraulics, and geotechnical engineering), design-build projects, priority projects, location and surveys, photogrammetry, professional services contracts, public-private partnerships, local programs management, schedule management, value management, and research and development.
Kelly Thomas is the lead change-agent for the DMV Reform and oversees the daily operations of the division.
Chief Financial Officer
David Tyeryar is responsible for planning and oversight of NCDOT’s finances, as well as researching new revenue sources to meet the state’s growing transportation infrastructure demands.
Deputy Secretary Of Legislative Affairs And Policy
Keith Weatherly’s role is part of several changes in leadership designed to help NCDOT continue to operate more efficiently and better serve citizens.