Seana L. S. Gause
Senior, Programming and Projects
Seana L. S. Gause is a Senior over Programming and Projects. She has been with the SCTA since 2005. Her work entails managing the projects and programs associated with transportation funding from federal, state and local sources. Her responsibilities include management of project development for Measure M (Traffic Relief Act for Sonoma County), programming funds from various federal and state sources for Sonoma County jurisdictions, and liaising with the state and regional agencies for transportation.
Prior to working for SCTA, Seana worked for the California Department of Transportation as an Archaeologist and Environmental Planner for 7 years. She was responsible for co-authoring the environmental document for the widening of Highway 101 from Highway 12 to Steele Lane, which she then worked to see to completion after joining the SCTA. Seana was an archaeologist for 10 years prior to working for Caltrans. In her spare time, Seana enjoys rowing crew competitively, along with her husband and two sons who also row.