YPT Atlanta is governed by a Board of Directors who develops the organization’s mission and activities. Board Meetings are generally scheduled the last Monday of each month. Please contact us if you would like to attend an upcoming meeting. Each position’s responsibilities are outlined in the Chapter Bylaws or Chapter Board Policy. We are looking forward to connecting with you!
2021 YPT Atlanta Board of Directors:
Tyler Martin, Chair
Jacobs Engineering Group
Tyler Martin is a Traffic Engineer at Jacobs in Midtown Atlanta with five years experience in signal retiming projects, signal design, and traffic studies. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a dual Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning and Civil Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. During his free time, Tyler enjoys traveling throughout the country and world (always making sure to sample the local transit and transportation options!)
Sage Roberts, Deputy Chair
Sage Roberts, EIT is passionate about improving her community and promoting sustainability through engineering design that improves access to transit and encourages active transportation. She is an urban roadway analyst at Kimley-Horn where she’s worked on bike/ped focused roadway engineering projects throughout Atlanta including cycle tracks around Midtown and the Atlanta BeltLine. Sage also works on transit engineering projects such as streetcar extensions in Atlanta and beyond. She attended the Georgia Institute of Technology where she earned her Bachelors of Science in Civil engineering in 2016. She participated in the BS/MS program and in 2017 graduated with her Masters in Civil Engineering with a focus in transportation. Sage is a Michigander but has called Atlanta home for the past 10 years. She enjoys traveling, scuba diving, kickboxing, attending concerts and adventuring with her rescue pups!
Andrea Sherman, Vice Chair for Membership
Andrea is a Transportation Planner at WSP in Atlanta. She works primarily on environmental analysis for transit and roadway projects, and she has a particular fondness for data analysis through map making. Ultimately, Andrea strives to use transportation planning as a way to increase access and mobility. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies and Psychology at Vassar College and holds a Masters in City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Andrea enjoys cooking, crocheting, and nerding out about buses.
Katherine Mooney, Vice Chair for Programs
Katherine Mooney is a civil engineer with more than seven years of experience in transportation, land development, water, and environmental projects for private clients, as well as state and local departments of transportation (DOTs) domestically in Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, New York, Puerto Rico, Tennessee and Texas, and internationally in Canada, Egypt, Haiti, and Tchad. Outside of the technical realm her professional interests include women and minority issues, professional development and workplace culture. Katherine became an engineer to make the world a better place and that can not be accomplished without first equipping and empowering those who seek to achieve those ends.
Anna Baggett, Vice Chair for Sponsorships
Atlanta Regional Commission
Anna Baggett is a planner with the Atlanta Regional Commission’s (ARC) Community Development Group. She serves as the agency’s food systems planning manager, co-leads the Community Development Assistance Program (CDAP), and supports other community development initiatives like comprehensive planning and Livable Center Initiative (LCI) projects. Prior to working at ARC, Anna worked at Alta Planning + Design and Georgia Tech’s Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business and a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning with a specialization in environment and health from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is interested in how planning can positively and equitably impact the public health and natural environment of communities through community food systems, green infrastructure, land use, and diversifying transportation options.
Pedro Coutinho, Vice Chair for Finance
MBA Candidate, MCRP Candidate and M.S. in Civil Engineering Candidate
Georgia Institute of Technology
Elizabeth Sandlin, Director At-Large
Planner, Transportation Access and Mobility
Atlanta Regional Commission
Elizabeth Sandlin is a Planner with the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Transportation Access and Mobility Group. She works on ARC’s Livable Centers Initiative, regional trail program, and community engagement efforts, and is passionate about working towards a more equitable, sustainable transportation system. Previously, Elizabeth worked with ARC’s Community Development Group, providing local government assistance on Comprehensive Plans and studies related to creative placemaking and economic development. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies and Environmental Science from Barnard College. Elizabeth enjoys exploring new places by bike, playing music, cooking for friends and family, and traveling (and learning as much of a new language along the way as possible).
David Boyer, Director At-Large
David is a senior consultant in Deloitte’s Government and Public Sector practice. He recently graduated from Georgia Tech receiving an MBA from the Scheller College of Business as well as a MS in Civil Engineering, during which he conducted research in transportation asset management and active transportation. Prior to graduate school he served as a Naval Officer in the Civil Engineers Corps as a construction manager and with Amphibious Construction Battalion ONE. He earned a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of South Carolina, graduating with honors from the South Carolina Honors College. He enjoys playing soccer, bicycling, brewing beer, and going on adventures with his wife, Lizzie.
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