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SAITE April (In-person) Luncheon
April 19, 2022@11:30 am MDT$15.00 – $500.00
Topic name: City of Calgary Reorganization, CITE Updates and Reconnecting!
Time: 11:30 am – Networking, 11:45am – Buffet, 12:15pm – Luncheon Speaker
Please join us at the Hilton Garden Inn in East Village to reconnect with your colleagues, enjoy a meal and network with peers!
The luncheon will include a brief presentation by Ryan Vanderputten featuring two parts:
- Part 1 will include an update on CITE activities and the upcoming Annual Conference in Vancouver.
- Part 2 will include an overview of the City’s new structure post re-alignment.
We understand networking opportunities have been limited over the past two years so we’ve intentionally kept the presentation time short to allow more time for you to catch up with old industry friends and make new ones!
Ryan Vanderputten Director of Transportation Planning, City of Calgary
Ryan Vanderputten, P.Eng., is currently the Director of Transportation Planning, soon to be transitioning to the Director of Business and Engineering Services, with The City of Calgary, in Alberta, Canada. He is a licenced Professional Engineer in Alberta and is a Fellow with the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), being an active member since 1999. He is excited to take on the upcoming role as President of the Canadian District of ITE (2022-23) and continues to be actively involved in a variety of ITE committees and councils, including the Public Agency Council Executive, the LeadershipITE Executive, and the ONE ITE Task Force. He is also a graduate of the LeadershipITE program, Class of 2017.
Ryan holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Waterloo, a master’s degree in Transportation Engineering from the University of Calgary, and a Master’s Certificate in Municipal Leadership from the Schulich School of Business from York University. Currently he is working on his Executive MBA from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University. He is also the founder of Forest City Robotics, providing LEGO robotics clubs for youth in London, Ontario and Calgary.