Intelligent Transportation Society of Georgia Announces Election of Directors
ATLANTA (September 29, 2020) – The Intelligent Transportation Society of Georgia today announced the election of Directors for the 2021 – 2022 term.
Elected to two-year terms to the Board were: Emily Dwyer, Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), Whitney Nottage – Q-Free, Dino Pampolina-Jacobs, Natalie Smusz-Menglekoch, Kimley-Horn, Steven Sheffield – WSP and Keith Rohling, Clayton County DOT. They join current board members Rachel Cohen – 360ns, Dee Taylor – AECOM, Brook Martin – Cobb County DOT and Matt Glasser, GDOT.
“Congratulations to our newly elected board members, all of whom are well qualified to provide leadership as we move the organization forward over the next two years of their term,” said ITS Georgia President Winter Horbal. “I want to thank retiring board members Billy Stalcup, Derrick Crowder, Kofi Wakhisi and Kristin Phillips for their leadership and hard work over the past two years and welcome their continued participation and guidance.”
About ITS Georgia
The Intelligent Transportation Society of Georgia is a group of organizations that support Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) technology as a way to significantly reduce congestion and improve the performance, safety and efficiency of our transportation system. ITS Georgia provides a forum for advocacy, facilitation, integration, and for learning more about ITS. ITS Georgia members include federal, state and local transportation agencies, ITS technology and service providers, large private and commercial transportation system users, universities, and other interested parties with missions that involve, or are affected by, the transportation system. Visit www.itsga.org for more information.