William Wang

William Wang (2020-2022)

William Wang (2020-2022)

William is working on connecting people, promoting urban development, and increasing technological integration centered around the development of U.S. megaregions in the 21st century. Want to know more? Message him to talk.

He is currently a Manager, Strategic Concessions Projects and Process Improvement at The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ), leading innovative projects to improve business operations and adapt innovative technologies within the largest Airport Network in North America.

This serves his larger mission to advance the development of megaregions which enables a faster rate of technological and societal development necessary to increase the speed of space colonization and the likelihood of long-term civilizational survival.

Additionally, William oversees a number of organizations and initiatives:

– As Chair and Chief Executive Officer for the Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT) International Board of Directors, he led with the international board of directors, regional directors, and local leaders to connect and promote the development of transportation professionals around the world. With 9 Regional Districts and 25 Local Chapters across 2 Continents, YPT continues to grow in its impact on the transportation leaders of tomorrow.
– As Innovation Chair of the New Leaders Council New Jersey Chapter, he helps expand the impact and brand of the NLC organization and support the NLC community to improve the New Jersey Community for the better.

With these efforts, he hopes to shape the development of the future of the United States and North America around a consolidated megaregions model that will enable a more efficient and representative government while fostering technological innovation and ensure an adequate baseline of care for all denizens.

William’s academic interests are transportation, housing, renewable energy, regional and urban planning, governmental levels and their interactions, artificial intelligence, and automation.

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