Our section has two positions open for the 2021 Executive. The open positions are Technical Representative and Communications. The positions will be confirmed with the successful candidates at the upcoming CITE NCS AGM to be held in early January 2021.
|Wayne Gong||Integrated Mobility Consultant @ Mobycon||Wayne graduated from the University of Alberta and is a CITE veteran since 2013. Active in the Northern Alberta CITE section, he had experience serving in various board member positions while he was working with the City of Edmonton. At the 2018 annual CITE conference, Wayne presented his project for delivering the City’s first residential protected cycling network and took participants on a local bike ride. In January 2020, Wayne took the opportunity and relocated to Ottawa working with Mobycon. Beyond working from home, you will find him exploring the capital city with his wife on their bicycles all year round.|
|Patrick McMahon||Transportation Technologist @ City of Ottawa||Patrick is an aspiring transportation engineer working in the Transportation Engineering Services branch at the City of Ottawa. This position has provided a path for me to reach my goal to become a professional engineer and enables me to review all significant new development applications in the City. Growing up in Ottawa suburbs, I have been able to see the impacts of the many projects that have shaped the City, and I look forward to participating directly in future projects and events such as National Capital CITE luncheons to broaden my perspective on the local transportation landscape.|
|Jordan Papazoglou||Transportation Engineer-in-Training @ WSP||My name is Jordan Papazoglou and for the past year and a half I have been an EIT in the Transportation Planning department at WSP. Through my time at WSP I have worked on a number of local projects in Ottawa including a traffic circulation and parking study at the Canada Agriculture Museum, a parking study at Montfort Hospital in Vanier, and helped develop an update to the TRANS trip generation manual. Prior to being at WSP, I worked at a mid-size consulting firm in New York called Sam Schwartz Engineering (2018-2019). While in New York, I worked primarily on LaGuardia Airport’s Redevelopment with a focus on the traffic implications surrounding TNCs and taxis. In 2020, I served on the Events Committee for the CITE NCS where I was able to contribute to organizing many events throughout the year.|