Lecturer, Boston University School of Law
J.D., Magna Cum Laude, Boston University School of Law; B.A., University of Virginia
Public Transportation Management; Transit Development & Service Planning; Strategic Partnerships and Business Planning; Organizational Assessment and Change Management; Executive and Project Management; Interagency, Staff, and Stakeholder Relationship Management; Technical Capacity Assessment
Robert DiAdamo is a Lecturer at the Boston University School of Law and the Chairman of the BRONNER Center for Transportation Management. Mr. DiAdamo has a distinguished 10-year career in the public sector. He served as Deputy General Manager and Chief of Staff of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. He also served as General Counsel of Executive Office of Transportation (now MassDOT). Mr. DiAdamo is experienced in translating policy goals into effective operations.
Mr. DiAdamo is able to achieve results in complex environments and to manage large, multifaceted organizations. Strengths include developing and implementing policies to improve operational efficiencies, reduce costs and increase revenues; negotiating agreements with regulatory bodies, developers, businesses or nonprofit organizations and other third parties; and managing relationships with federal, state and municipal officials and agencies.