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John Habermann, P.E. (M) is a research
engineer at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
He is the principal investigator and lead mobility
coordinator for a reconstruction effort on Interstate
35 (I-35) through central Texas, USA. As part of his
efforts on I-35, he serves the critical role of a project
ombudsman between the various stakeholders, the contractor, and
the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). John's additional
research work has been with the TxDOT Freight Division, the National
Cooperative Highway Research Program, Arizona Department of
Transportation, the Heart of Texas Human Trafficking Coalition, and
the Safety through Disruption (Safe-D) University Transportation
Center. As program manager of the Indiana Local Technical Assistance Program at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN, USA, he led
several technology transfer and research initiatives to bring transportation advancements to local governments and to the Indiana
Department of Transportation. During the past 20 years, John has
presented at several Indiana ITE Section, Texas ITE (TexITE), and ITE
International meetings. Mr. Habermann served on the ITE Indiana
Section Board, chaired the 2014 TexITE Local Arrangements Committee, is currently the TexITE Board at-large representative, and
thoroughly enjoyed his time on the Local Arrangements Committee
for the Joint ITE International and Texas District Annual Meeting
and Exhibit.
Amy Jiang, M.Eng., P.Eng. is a licensed
professional engineer in Ontario, British Columbia,
Canada with 13 years of experience in the transportation industry. She is a senior associate with BA
Group, a consulting firm specializing in transportation engineering and planning. Amy joined BA Group
in 2011 following a five-year tenure at IBI Group working in intelligent transportation systems. Amy completed her bachelor of
applied science (engineering science, infrastructure) and master of
engineering (civil engineering, transportation) at the University of
Toronto. She currently serves as president of the ITE Toronto Section
and serves on the ITE Canadian District Board of Directors.
Peter Kozey, P.E. (M) received a bachelor's
degree in civil engineering at Vanderbilt University
where he was ITE Student Chapter president during
his senior year. He earned his master's degree in
transportation engineering at the University of California-Berkeley. Beginning in 2015, Peter worked for
HNTB in Houston, TX, USA for two years as a transportation engineer.
He has worked as a traffic engineer for Jacobs in New York, NY, USA
since 2017. He has been an active ITE member since 2013, and was
published as a lead author in the journal Transportation Research: Part
C in 2016.
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Tyler Krage, P.E. (M) is a traffic engineer with
Alliant Engineering in Minneapolis, MN, USA with
experience in traffic signal optimization, traffic modeling, and pedestrian/motorist behavior analysis. He
graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2014
with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering. Tyler has
been active in ITE since 2012 and has served on various Section committees. He is the current secretary for the North Central Section
Executive Board, and also runs the Section Twitter account. He was
also active on the Local Arrangement Committees for the 2018 and
2019 District Annual Meetings and serves as co-chair to the Student
Activities Committee at the Midwestern District level.
Wendy Krehbiel, P.E., RSP1 (M) is a senior
transportation engineer with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. in Jacksonville, FL, USA where she has worked
since 2006, the duration of her career. She graduated
from the University of Florida with a bachelor's degree
in civil engineering, and specializes in safety studies,
traffic operations, and signalization design-primarily as a consultant
to the Florida Department of Transportation and local municipalities.
Wendy served on the ITE First Coast Chapter board, including as president in 2017, as well as past Local Arrangements Committee chair for
the ITE Florida Puerto Rico District. She also assists with the District's
social media efforts. Wendy has been involved with ITE at the international level since 2018, and currently serves on the Transportation
Safety Council Executive Committee as vice chair of the Data-Driven
Safety Analysis Working Group.
Elisa Mitchell, P.E. (M) has served as a transportation engineer/planner in the private consulting world
for six years in the Maryland area; first with Sabra & Associates, Inc. (now a Mead & Hunt Company), and currently as
a project engineer with WRA, LLP. After earning her bachelor's degree in civil engineering and master's in civil
engineering with a concentration in transportation from the University of
Delaware, she was awarded a fellowship with the Western Transportation
Institute and the Eno Center as a Public Lands Transportation Scholar.
During the fellowship, she was assigned to Merritt Island National Wildlife
Refuge where she worked with the Federal Highway Administration's Volpe
Center and Federal Lands Highways conducting a variety of transportation
studies to improve multimodal access to the refuge. Elisa's involvement
with ITE began at the University of Delaware where she was a member of
the ITE Student Chapter, assisting with event planning and serving on the
University's ITE Traffic Bowl team for three years. Elisa currently serves as the
Baltimore Area Director for the Washington, DC Section of ITE leading event
planning and logistics. Born and raised in Virginia, USA, Elisa has been a
Maryland resident since 2014, living in Baltimore City, MD, USA for the past
five years with her husband, a fellow civil engineer.



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