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  • Bacarra Mauldin

    Deputy CEO

    Bacarra Mauldin

    Deputy CEO

    Bacarra Mauldin is the Deputy Chief Executive Officer for the Memphis Area Transit Authority. Her priorities include navigating transit service expansion and delivering customer-focused mobility and connectivity options. A transit industry veteran, Bacarra has almost two decades of experience ensuring the efficient operation of transit services, internal processes, and stakeholder engagement. She is active in the public transportation industry and serves on the Board of the American Public Transit Association (APTA) and the American Public Transportation Foundation (APTF). She holds a Master of Science in Management and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Faulkner University. 

  • Michael Fulton

    1st Vice President

    Michael Fulton

    1st Vice President

    Michael Fulton is the Director of Government Affairs and Business Diversity for the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority (MSCAA). He has more than ten years of experience in government and served as a policy aide on Capitol Hill with a focus on aviation, highway, transit, and rail policy. Fulton currently serves as a board commissioner on the Memphis Area Transit Authority and a member of the Regional Logistics Council with the Greater Memphis Chamber. He graduated from Middle Tennessee State University, where he received a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree in Political Science.

  • Krish Inbarajan


    Krish Inbarajan


    Krish Inbarajan is the Chief Executive Officer of Preteckt, a transportation technology start-up headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, with an international office in Toronto, Canada. Krish possesses over 15 years of experience in the connected vehicle and fleet industries; he was recruited in 2019 by Preteckt to spearhead the company’s growth following a four-year investment in research and development. Inbarajan is passionate about connected vehicles and growing the industry. He has a passion for transit and is a Board Member of APTA, and is active on TCRP synthesis panels. He has worked globally in Asia, Europe, and North America. Krisch holds degrees from BITS, Pilani, and London Business School.

  • Tiffany Casey


    Tiffany Casey


    Tiffany Casey leads the Memphis Area Transit Authority’s Office of Performance Improvement. Tiffany is responsible for guiding MATA’s planning, management, and delivery of performance and process improvement initiatives. She also oversees the development of customer-centric KPIs, determining performance targets, allocating resources, and guiding strategic and policy-level decisions. She holds a Master of Education in Instructional Technology and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing Management. She is pursuing a Master of Professional Studies in Data Analytics and Visualization.


We believe that diversity moves the nation.

We believe that the leadership of a massive industry that has the responsibility of transporting all people all the time should reflect the complex mosaic of those they serve. We believe that commitment to inclusion across race, gender, age, religion, identity and experience moves us forward every day.