CSX Corporation announced a new operating management structure that decentralizes operational and support functions. Designed to enhance safety, improve service, accelerate decision making and drive operating efficiency, the changes are a continuation of the companys scheduled railroading transformation. The new operating management structure results in the leadership appointments, all reporting to Ed Harris, Executive Vice President of Operations for CSX: Bob Frulla 'Senior Vice President, Operations East, Jermaine Swafford 'Senior Vice President, Operations West, Jamie Boychuk 'Senior Vice President, Network Operations and Amy Rice ' Vice President, Intermodal Operations. Frulla was Senior Vice President of Network Operations before being named Senior Vice President of Operations East. His responsibilities included oversight of service design, crew management, dispatching, locomotive management, passenger services and positive train control. Previously, he was Vice President of the Northern Region, and his extensive field and headquarters experience also has included roles as a Division Manager in several locations, including Jacksonville, Florida; Huntington, West Virginia; and Atlanta, Georgia. A CSX veteran of 28 years, he has a keen understanding of the needs of CSXs customers and the communities it serves. Frulla earned a bachelors degree in the arts from Virginia Tech. Before being named Senior Vice President of Operations West, Swafford was Senior Vice President and Chief Transportation Officer, responsible for the daily operations of CSXs transportation network. Having joined CSX as an assistant trainmaster in 1998, his 20 years of railroading experience includes Vice President of Regional Transportation for the Northern and Southern regions and management positions of various levels in Atlanta, Georgia; Florence, South Carolina; Cincinnati, Ohio; Jacksonville, Florida; Richmond, Virginia; and Augusta, Georgia. Boychuk previously served as Vice President of Precision Scheduled Railroading Implementation and Intermodal Operations. He was responsible for helping ensure the proper execution of scheduled railroading across the CSX network. Prior to joining CSX, he spent 20 years at Canadian National Railway. Rice was previously Vice President of Strategic Planning. She was responsible for network and capacity planning, as well as strategic transactions, policy development and operational costing in accordance with scheduled railroading. She also oversaw operational performance measures, with active involvement in CSXs regulatory interface early in its transition, and led the negotiation of joint facilities agreements between CSX and other railroads. Since joining CSX in 2011, Rice has served as Vice President of Finance and Assistant Vice President of Commercial Finance, Director of Commercial Finance, and Director of Intermodal Marketing. She has also held various positions in business management and analytics at Deloitte, National City Bank and Citibank.