Angela Iannuzziello, P.Eng., F.E.C. is Vice President and Canada Transit Market Lead for AECOM. Angela has over 35 years of extensive and diverse experience in transit and transportation planning. Angela currently provides strategic direction on transit pursuits across the country, engages in business development and coordinates transit team engagement. Angela was President of ENTRA Consultants for 20 years. Her work emphasizes developing effective transportation planning solutions that are supportive of healthy communities and environmental objectives and integrating transportation planning with land use planning and urban design to achieve sustainable development. She is a very active volunteer in the transportation community and community at large. In 2014, she was named Canada’s Transportation Person of the Year, becoming the first female to receive the award in its history. She sits on the Canadian Urban Transit Association’s board of directors, is a founding member of The Women’s Transportation Summit (WTS), Toronto Area Chapter, and also a member of the Board of Directors for the Toronto Region Board of Trade, where she previously chaired the board’s infrastructure committee.
Jessie Ma is an IESO Distinguished Research Fellow at Ryerson University’s Centre for Urban Energy and conducts research in the integrated delivery of electricity, gas, and water conservation programs. She co-founded the ALERT project, which encourages energy conservation in Toronto’s low-income apartment buildings. Jessie spent over a dozen years at Hydro One and launched their integrated corporate responsibility program. She was selected as a DiverseCity Fellow by CivicAction in 2013-2014. She graduated from the Harvard Kennedy School’s Master in Public Administration program and the University of Toronto’s Engineering Science program, and she is currently pursuing a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering at Ryerson University.
Marilyn Spink, P.Eng began her 30-year engineering career in Northern Ontario’s mining, pulp and paper industries and then moved to steelmaking operations in both the US and Canada. At Hatch, SNC-Lavalin, Wardrop (now Tetra Tech) and Golder Associates, as a multi-discipline engineering manager and a process engineer at heart, she led and supported teams of professional engineers and designers. She is now mentoring engineers and project managers with Isherwood Geostructural Engineers. She has been a licensed professional engineer (PEO) since 1995, a member of the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) since its inception. In 2014, she was appointed the lieutenant governor appointee to PEO Council.