ITE’s First Meeting w/ Guest Speaker Alyssa Reynolds

Alyssa ReynoldsITE’s first meeting is this Thursday, Sept 27 during U-hour (12-1 PM), in the Transpo lab (17-2646). We will be hosting Alyssa Reynolds as our guest speaker, who will be discussing how to relate the maintenance aspect of our Traffic Infrastructure to Traffic Engineering. Free lunch will be provided on a first-come first-serve basis. Come and see what ITE has to offer!

Ms. Reynolds is currently employed with the City of Henderson, Nevada, as the Maintenance Systems Coordinator. Her primary duties include system administration of the maintenance management program, coordination with IT, training, GIS mapping, and development of business processes. Prior to this position, Ms. Reynolds work as a Project Engineer responsible for in-house traffic engineering studies, asset management, safe routes to school, and citizen interaction. Ms. Reynolds started her professional career at Orth-Rodgers & Associates, Inc. performing a variety of duties from travel demand forecasting to traffic signal design. While attending Montana State University, Ms. Reynolds earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Civil Engineering. She is a registered engineer in the states of Nevada, California, and Utah and has also earned Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) designation.
 
Ms. Reynolds is currently serving as the Past President of ITE Western District. She previously served as the Western District Student Initiatives Chair, the Intermountain Section President, the Nevada Chapter President and the Montana State University Student Chapter President.
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