2021 Central Ohio Engineers Week Luncheon

  • 02/25/2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Virtual


Central Ohio Engineers Week Virtual Luncheon

Thursday, February 25, 2021

12:00 -1:30

Imagineering Tomorrow

Each year the local professional engineering organizations around central Ohio come together to plan a luncheon in recognition of national Engineers Week (E-Week).  While this year's event will not have the traditional lunch, we do have two great speakers lined up.  Use the registration link below to sign up and join us as we celebrate E-Week. 

Keynote Speakers:

Mandy K. Bishop, PE, SI, Smart Cities – City of Columbus

Mandy serves as Deputy Director of Public Service assigned as the Smart Columbus Program Manager. Mandy joined the City of Columbus in July 2017. She uses her 22 years of industry experience with an emphasis on complex project management to lead the delivery the USDOT, Vulcan and American Climate Change Challenge transportation actions and programs. Mandy also oversees Finance, Human Resources and Vision Zero for the department. Prior to joining Columbus, Mandy was a consultant with GPD Group and served in a number of roles including as the staff lead for the Governor’s 21st Century Priorities Task Force and later as Deputy Director of Planning for ODOT.

Mandy holds a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from THE Ohio State University and is a Registered Ohio Professional Engineer and Surveyor Intern. Mandy is also a WTS International and ASHE member.

Joanna M. Pinkerton, PE, President/CEO Central Ohio Transportation Authority

A licensed professional engineer with a history of implementing solutions to capitalize on Ohio’s rich legacy of transportation, manufacturing and technical resources, Pinkerton joined COTA in April 2018.

She previously served in roles at the state’s top automotive technology institutions – Honda, Ohio State University and Transportation Research Center Inc., where she was chief operating officer. She also served in leadership roles at the Ohio Department of Transportation and in Union County, which is home to the state’s first connected vehicle corridor, the U.S. 33 Smart Mobility Corridor.


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