Registrar Ogilvie has held place in an interim capability since January 21, 2021, having served in a number of senior administration and front-line roles over a 30-year profession with the RMV
The newly appointed Massachusetts Division of Transportation Secretary and CEO Jamey Tesler has introduced that Colleen Ogilvie has been named Registrar of the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Automobiles (RMV). She had been servicing in an interim capability as Registrar since January 21, 2021.
“Colleen Ogilvie is a devoted public servant and colleague, and I’m more than happy that she has accepted our supply to function Registrar after a 30-year profession with the RMV the place she is a key a part of the senior administration staff and the transformation this company has undergone. I’m assured in her means to proceed guiding the company’s dedication to public security on Massachusetts’ roadways and its evolution to serve the Commonwealth’s constituents extra safely and effectively,” stated Secretary Tesler. “Colleen is a consummate skilled who acknowledges the essential function the RMV performs in public security, together with the difficult work that was accomplished through the pandemic to proceed offering important service wants whereas preserving clients and employees wholesome and secure. She is a real chief who’s passionate in regards to the alternatives for development and entry the RMV gives its workers and all these it serves.”
A thirty-year veteran of the RMV, Registrar Ogilvie has served in varied capacities on the RMV over the course of her profession, starting as a Buyer Service Consultant on a counter on the since-closed Beverly Service Heart. Most just lately, she served because the Deputy Registrar for Operations the place she oversaw lots of the RMV’s back-office identification and car credentialing and expertise capabilities.
Since taking over the RMV’s management function in January, Registrar Ogilvie has labored in partnership with different managers and workers throughout MassDOT and the RMV to proceed enhancing the RMV’s public security, compliance and public serving capabilities and tasks, whereas prioritizing workforce coaching and development alternatives for workers.
“It’s my pleasure to just accept the place of Registrar as a result of I’m working alongside a proficient administration staff and have seen first-hand the dedication and dedication of the Registry’s customer support representatives and administrative help employees through the pandemic,” stated Registrar Ogilvie. “I’ve great admiration for RMV workers who demonstrated flexibility and a ardour for public service through the State of Emergency and I’m grateful to have had the prospect to steer the group as we construct on the profitable initiatives developed and launched since March of 2020 and ship new alternatives.”
Ms. Ogilvie acquired her Bachelor’s diploma from Assumption Faculty and Grasp’s diploma from the College of Massachusetts.