Norfolk Southern Corporation (NYSE:NSC) announced today that its board of directors has elected Frank Voyack as the company’s vice president of government relations, effective May 1. Voyack succeeds Marque Ledoux, who is retiring after 18 years with the company.
Voyack will assume the responsibility of leading the railroad’s efforts in Washington, D.C., overseeing the railroad’s federal, state and local government relations, educating lawmakers on the company’s role in supporting the overall economy, and guiding public policy initiatives and engagement.
Voyack, who joined Norfolk Southern in 2008, most recently served as assistant vice president government relations, leading several critical federal initiatives. The Virginia Commonwealth University graduate also holds a master’s from Georgetown University. His broad resume includes work with multiple trade associations, as well as corporate experience.