DOVER — The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles recently announced the promotion of a new director, Amy Anthony.
Ms. Anthony began her tenure at the division in 2002, as a motor vehicle specialist in the Vehicle Services section.
From there, she transitioned to the Driver Services section and was promoted to driver license supervisor shortly thereafter.
Since then, she has been elevated to the positions of driver license help desk supervisor, driver license program manager, chief of Driver Services and deputy director, leading to her current role as the division’s director.
“We were very excited when Amy agreed to step into the role of director of the DMV,” said Secretary of Transportation Nicole Majeski. “Her positive energy, knowledge and passion for the division ... which she now oversees are unparalleled.
She truly cares about her team and our customers. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for the DMV.”
Ms. Anthony said, “Over the years, I learned how much I enjoyed serving my community within my various positions, but none (were) more humbling as the one I recently accepted as the director.
“I look forward to working with our customers in my new capacity, as we explore new ideas and implement changes that will create better experiences both in person and online, while continuing to ensure only safe drivers and vehicles are on our roadways.”
Ms. Anthony officially started her new role Sept. 1. Karen Carson, the previous chief of Driver Services, accepted the position of deputy director.